As more and more stuff can be done in your web browser these days (I use a web-based email client, word processor, spreadsheet, etc.) I was hoping I’d find a good way of reading my RSS subscriptions via the web too. I’ve been using a desktop-based aggregator for years and have tried a couple of online aggregators but they didn’t quite came up to the same standard. But recently I discovered an add-on for Firefox called Brief which hit the bullseye first time.
By combining Brief with another add-on, Foxmarks, I can now synchronise my list of RSS subscriptions between my home and work PCs making it very easy to keep up with what’s going on.
All I need now is some kind of time-expansion technology in order to add enough hours to the day so that I can actually read all the feeds that I’ve subscribed to.