In this article we’re going to take a look at some of the newest RSS newsreaders offered for Mac OS X, and size up their different feature lists. At the end, based on what we’ve seen, we’ll try to answer the question: Where is RSS software heading?
If you like what you read there about NetNewsWire, or if you’re using a current release version, keep in mind that a new version is being developed. As a beta tester I’m sworn to secrecy, but I can say that I love it and there are heaps of excellent new features. They’re definitely worth another payment but Brent, the developer, has promised a free upgrade for 1.x users and written about some of the new features. If you’re not yet part of the RSS-reading crowd then make a start today. It’s free. It’s easy. Download NetNewsWire Lite and add this Blog to your feeds. Since this Blog has a mirror, you can choose either of the feeds below.
TiKouka Too: http://mactips.blogs.com/blog/index.rdf
And don’t forget, if you have an interest in New Zealand community development, the CommunityNet Aotearoa feed: http://lists.community.net.nz/cna/wp-rdf.php