BlogBridge (an open source project that I have been involved with) came out with some cool new features – the most important one for me being the “reading lists”.
As you may have noticed, many sites have started putting out OPML reading lists that contain various RSS feeds. Take for example the Corante Marketing Hub (if you did not know this – I am a partner at Corante). As one of the subscribe options we put out an OPML reading list that enables readers to subscribe to all the RSS feeds that make up the hub. The only thing I have to do with Blogbridge to subscribe to those is to set up a guide with that reading list. Another nice feature is that I can instruct BlogBridge to automatically update the list if Corante changes it’s reading list. So let’s say that Corante adds another blogger to their marketing hub, I will automatically be subscribed to that one as well.
John Tropea over at Library Clips has a great review of the new feature set as well.
If you have not tried out BlogBridge, and you are an RSS junkie like me (now subscribing to over 500 feeds), you should try it out soon! I know I am involved and so probably biased – but it is an open source project and I don’t make money saying this! I would have never been able to stay up with the amount of information that I subscribe to without it, and I probably would have never found some of the interesting pieces of content and fascinating bloggers that I found with it.