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1 localhost commented Permalink

I much prefer an online reader as well, but what do you do for feeds that require authentication or are only available behind a firewall (like the internal IBM blogs)? Do you run a desktop client for those or do you just not read them? :)

2 localhost commented Trackback

For authenticated feeds, and behind the firewall feeds, I use Thunderbird. I also use that for my NNTP reader. So, as long I remember to check my news in a timely fashion, I'll also be checking my 'private' feeds. Not a great story, but workable.

3 localhost commented Trackback

i am surprised you're not an RSSOwl man- i mean a blog reader in eclipse RCP - come on that's gotta be up your street.

4 localhost commented Trackback

My fat client of choice these days is Firefox. :-) I may take a look at BottomFeeder though, when Cincom get's MacIntel platform for VisualWorks. Smalltalk images make a nice fat client also.

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