Bloglines is a fun and free newsreader that runs inside most Web browsers and is sure to please all but the most discriminating news junkies.
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RSS reader start-up starts rolling out a redesign in response to member feedback, and begins incorporating ads to pull in some revenue.
Web-based RSS reader Bloglines has just launched a new beta version of its site.
NASA plans to digitize its past, an electric motorcycle, a Quick Quiz on home photo printing, Bloglines gets refreshed and goes beta, and digital e-books that smell like the real thing.
I remember writing a blog entry about RSS feeds in 2004. Back then I used 'Bloglines' to manage around 45 feeds. Over two years it's grown to its current number -- 159.
Company unveils service for keeping tabs on parcels mailed through UPS, FedEx and the Postal Service.
Search company adds the blog specialist to its corral in an effort to keep pace with rivals Google, Yahoo and MSN.
The search site is rumored to have acquired the privately held start-up, which aggregates personal Web sites.
Rojo is a respectable newsreader, but it's not our favorite. We like its community-oriented features, but competitors such as Bloglines are easier to learn.
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Search engine's blog search service is based on its Bloglines subscriber index. Images: Searching blogs on Ask.com