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OPML Files — What Feeds Are You Following?

by Tom Johnson on Mar 1, 2007 •
categories: bloggingtechnical-writing

I thought I'd share some of my OPML files for different feeds.

If you'd like to share your OPML file with me, I'd love to see it. For the uninitiated, OPML files are collections of feeds. You can plug them into Bloglines, Google Reader, Newsgator, or sites like Netvibes or Pageflakes. It beats entering one feed at a time. (To download my OPML files above, right-click them and select Save Target As.)

What I haven't included here are my search feeds. I have a few set up from google.com/news and blogsearch.google.com, but ideally I'd like to have dozens of feed searches. Feeds are changing our experience of the web from one of searching to one of watching.

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