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BlogBridge

BlogBridge

BlogBridge is a Java based blog, feed and RSS aggregator for “info-junkies.” RSS is “Really Simple Syndication”, an XML format that was created to syndicate news, and be a means to share content on the web. In plain English, it is a way online for you to get a quick list of the latest story headlines from all your favorite websites and blogs all in one place.

BlogBridge is a high-capacity RSS, Atom, OMPL, custom alerts, blog directory, blog search, Ajax desktop blender in one very easy-to-use, easy-to-customize client-based tool.

BlogBridge is designed for people who are required to follow lots of feeds, not 10 or 20, but 200 or 400. You can’t read that much, so BlogBridge provdes lots of ways to organize, sort through, skim and discover what’s important to you in this avalanche of information.

 BlogBridge 6.7

Price
Free to download

Size
4.9MB

License
GNU GPL v2

Developer
Pito Salas, Aleksey Gureev, Francois Gossieaux, Jared Cosulich and others

Website
www.blogbridge.com

System Requirements
Java 1.5 or later

Support:

Selected Reviews:
linux-blog.org, newsniche, masternewmedia.org

Features include:

  • SmartFeed, which is a special feed that returns articles from other feeds containing user-defined keywords
  • Lets you subscribe to whole reading lists dynamically. If the reading list changes, you see those changes automatically
  • Provides Expert Guide, a collection of feeds around a specific topic that have been selected by someone who has real expertise in that area
  • Built-in "memo tracker"
  • Pinning articles for later reference
  • Tagging
  • Detailed statistics

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