By Deane Barker on June 6, 2003

The guy from Awasu pointed out a great thing to me: Feedster, and — more specifically — the ability to subscribe to a search on Feedster as an RSS feed.

Go to Feedster, and search for something. When the results page comes up, click the white-on-orange XML icon for the RSS version, then copy the URL and stick it in your news aggregator. There, you just “made” your own RSS feed based on a search of thousands of other feeds. Amazing.

Now I know how Chris Pirillo found that posting so quickly…



  1. Hi,

    A couple of things

    • This ability isn’t full featured enough yet — we’re releasing probably this week the ability for the rss feeds to be reverse date sorted so you get the latest stuff

    • I know the folks at rss-search.com well and I can’t say enough good things about them. They do great work. Very skilled and very smart.


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