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How to Use RSS Feeds on Mac OS X | eHow
How to Use RSS Feeds on Mac OS X
By eHow Computers Editor
Users of Apple's OSX can easily add RSS feeds without the use of separate aggregator (or feed reader) software. RSS feed reading capability is conveniently included in the Safari browser, and RSS feeds can easily be displayed as a screensaver.
Navigate to a web page that offering RSS feeds and a blue RSS button will appear in the Safari URL window. Clicking that button lists all RSS feeds the site offers.
Mac OS X RSS Readers - RSS Feed Readers
Mac OS X RSS Feed Readers
Apart from the cross platform feed readers, you can try these ones on Mac OS X:
PulpFiction is a next-generation, easy-to-use, powerful RSS/Atom feed reader. Featuring a familiar Mail-like interface, PulpFiction will fetch, organize, and display news and articles from thousands of weblogs and websites. Leveraging Mail's familiar interface and ease of use, PulpFiction...
Linux RSS Readers - Linux RSS Feed Readers
Apart from the cross platform feed readers, you can try these ones on Linux:
Akregator is an open source news aggregator for KDE.
Snownews is a text mode RSS/RDF newsreader. It supports all versions of RSS natively and supports other formats via plugins. Runs on Linux, *BSD, OS X (Darwin), Solaris and probably many more Unices. Yes, even works under...