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2 thoughts on “Much as I too love Safari RSS…

  1. Reasons I like using my browser to read feeds:

    – Unread articles show up in the bookmarks, so you notice them while you’re browsing away…

    – I prefer a summary of each article as well as its headline before clicking on it, as provided by Safari’s feed page

    – The zippy in zippy out thing when you double click on the RSS icon in the address bar

    – Come to that, having an RSS icon display automatically when Safari finds a feed

    – The cool screensaver (okay this needn’t have anything to do with the browser but it happens it is)

    – Can you combine feeds in NetNewsWire?

    Got to admit the “bonjour” subscription sharing looks neat, though.

  2. Reasons I like using my browser to read feeds:

    – Unread articles show up in the bookmarks, so you notice them while you’re browsing away…

    – I prefer a summary of each article as well as its headline before clicking on it, as provided by Safari’s feed page

    – The zippy in zippy out thing when you double click on the RSS icon in the address bar

    – Come to that, having an RSS icon display automatically when Safari finds a feed

    – The cool screensaver (okay this needn’t have anything to do with the browser but it happens it is)

    – Can you combine feeds in NetNewsWire?

    Got to admit the “bonjour” subscription sharing looks neat, though.

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