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  1.    #1  
    I'm looking for:

    a good FREE rss reader for Outlook

    a ROBUST rss reader for Firefox


    Anyone know of one?
  2. #2  
    I just use the Live Bookmark feature of Firefox... I know that doesn't really fit your request. I've tried a few others, and haven't really found anything useful. The only real feature I'd want that the live bookmarks don't have is to be able to change update frequency (for my gMail feed, for example).

    I know nothing about Outlook.
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    The live bookmark feature is okay, but it doesn't allow you to see story summaries or their included images.
  4. #4  
    Don't tie your RSS reader to your platform.

    I use bloglines. It's a web-service and is totally awesome. I can keep up with my read and unread feeds from any computer with a new connection.

    http://www.bloglines.com
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    Iuse Inforss on FIreFox. Simple to use and easy:

    https://update.mozilla.org/extension...umpg=10&id=361
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    I use Sagefor Firfox - robust and easy to use. You can find it at http://sage.mozdev.org/
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    Problem with Bloglines is you can't read "offline" since it is web-based.

    I like RSS Bandit. Its an open source project and works similar to SharpReader. It builds upon those by implementing a sync feature so you can sync read/unread threads between RSS Bandit installs on various systems, for example your work PC, home PC, and laptop.

    It also allows you to work offline unlike web-based RSS aggregators.
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  8. #8  
    I just read a review on treonauts.com on Quick News -- it sounds pretty good. I also believe bloglines DOES have a mobile reader (altho it grabs data from online) -- it's biggest problem is that it doesn't mark things as read from the mobile, so you have to wade through the same items online later.

    I've given iSilo and iSiloX a shot -- altho they're more focused on web pages than pure RSS. MotionApps.com has mNews -- but I haven't tried that one yet, and I'm pretty sure it doesn't sync to anything online or something you could use on your desktop.
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    Go with a dedicated reader (Sharpreader). I like the interface better than something crammed into another app and it is much faster than bloglines.
  10. #10  
    Quote Originally Posted by WhoIsTheFly
    Don't tie your RSS reader to your platform.

    I use bloglines. It's a web-service and is totally awesome. I can keep up with my read and unread feeds from any computer with a new connection.

    http://www.bloglines.com
    I've come around. You're right. It rocks.

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