MyRSS – roll your own RSS feed

this is probably old news to y’all, but it was a revelation to me tonight. myRSS enables anyone to build custom RSS channels for virtually any news site they desire. myRSS requires no programming experience, is completely automated and all channels are available for free. The first feed I created was for the Van Halen News Desk. Don’t laugh. I’m a child of the 70’s. So now I can keep track much more efficiently of which former VH frontman is sucking up to Eddie in a lame attempt to regain his former glory and to make a few extra bucks (and one day get his name in the Rock’n’Roll Hall Of Fame).  

Comments (5)

  1. If you haven’t tried NewsGator, please do! Your comments about myRss+NewsGator would be very interesting.

    Also, I would have you check out

    It will allow you to create RSS blog searches that feed into NewsGator.

    Remind me to show you my little formula, i.e.


  2. Cameron says:

    Buzz, your jedi powers are fully realized! Yes, I installed NewsGator yesterday (dumping Bloglines). Having lived for ~10 years inside Outlook, it’s pretty cool finally to be able to be able to keep track of updates to my favourite content sites from there as well. The only downside with myRSS that I have encountered so far is that it requires you to open a brower still to view the actualy content. But knowing WHEN to go to the site is a great step forwards. I’m still trying to get my head around how I would use Feedster, but it’s certainly an interesting service.

    So tell me more about your formula?

  3. Cameron says:

    oh, and I meant to add, the other cool thing about NewsGator is the ability to POST messages using the .Text plug-in. The less I need to run multiple applications/interfaces, the better.