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December 10, 2005

Sage For RSS

If you're using RSS, you might want to consider Sage and Firefox for your RSS reader.

RSS on the other hand, requires little bandwidth and is one of the biggest changes I have made to my web browsing habits over the past couple of months. Before I started using RSS, I would have to click on a whole bunch of bookmarks to have my daily “update” of news. But since most sites worth reading now have RSS feeds, it makes sense to use an application or plugin to consolidate your information gathering and minimize the effort needed to retrieve that information. There’s many RSS readers out there, but the one I use is a Firefox plugin called Sage. It installs in seconds, integrates with any Live Bookmarks you may already have in your bookmarks, and allows you to take advantage of tabbed browsing and all the other goodies that Firefox has. You can even customize the look of feeds by editing a CSS template!


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Posted on December 10, 2005 01:41 AM by Firefo84.
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