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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Mark Wagner tagged RSS

This post includes a few tricks for following other's shared Google Reader feeds, even if they're unlikely to respond to you personally. It only works for "celebrities" so it won't help you unearth the feeds of peers and others who might share your interests or be better filters of information. Still, it's a place to start.

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Based on my love of AideRSS for Google Reader, I think I will also like this method for managing your incoming information flow via RSS: "Feed Rinse is basically a spam filter for RSS feeds. It takes your feeds and then filters them, depending on the rules you specify. You can tell it to allow or block posts depending on keywords in the post body or post title. It will then give you a special Feed Rinse RSS address which you can then place in your RSS reader - and it’s all free!"

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Amazingly this sat open in a tab for 16 days - and I'm finally bookmarking it to share here. A new feature in Google Reader allows you to subscribe to blogs in other languages and have Reader translate them into your language. Not that I don't already have too many feeds - but this is a potentially awesome feature for students and teachers researching any topic of global significance.

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This is sort of a pain, but I'll definitely include it in all my future RSS workshops.

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This has been linked to often in the last 24 hours or so, but I want it easily accessible to my readers, too. It's the latest installment in Common Craft's excellent video series. Each video explains a technical tool in non-technical terms (with quaint but effective "paper" animation). In this case, the team explains the use of Google Reader. Cool.

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I spent some time today playing with new tools - and this is by far the greatest potential enhancement to my workflow. It helps the Good stuff in my perennially 1000 unread items rise to the top. :)

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Via Chris Craft. Merlin Mann at 43 folders has a suggestion for getting to "in-box zero" with your feed reader... click "Mark All as Read" more often. I got to the point with Twitter where I don't sweat missing stuff, but need to with RSS, even after cutt

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(Via iJohnPederson) The lack of this feature was the main reason I haven't been starting teachers with Google Reader instead of Bloglines for RSS. I'll revisit that before my next RSS workshop now... and I'll want this bookmark when the time comes.

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This is a very important question for edubloggers... Scoble shares that Feedburner reports "that they have 65.6 million subscribers." I'm sure that's inflated, but it's more than I (or Scoble) expected.

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