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Combine Multiple Feeds into One With FeedStitch

June 20, 2009

Checking multiple sites for updated information is a hassle. FeedStitch combines not just multiple RSS feeds, but data feeds from popular social networking services to make keeping an eye on things easy.

After signing up for a free account (or using your Twitter, Google, AOL, Yahoo, Facebook, or Open ID login) you can start entering in RSS feeds and the usernames of Twitter, Flickr, Delicious, GitHub, and Tumblr you want to keep an eye on. You can then group various feeds and usernames into subsets, creating a new RSS feed or JSON file to track just the items you have specified. If you’re looking to really get your hands dirty and create an extremely tailored RSS feed, make sure to check out Lifehacker’s guide to wrangling Yahoo! Pipes for a more granular but equally as condensing solution to your information overload.

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