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Manda

I'd take Bloglines over MyYahoo anyday. It's ad-less, quick-loading, and far more customizable. However, credit must be given to Yahoo for their host of great RSS feeds, not to mention the endless unofficial ones you can make here:

http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/001001.html

Becky

I've been using Yahoo for years now. I've been using their RSS feeds for about six months. I think they're easy enough to use, but some sites block it because they check for updates too often. That makes it appear as if nothing has changed in days.

I've had a My Yahoo account for 2.5 years and I'm just now learning about their support for RSS. Am I the last person to know? :-)

- Mike

Ed

I must be doing something wrong. I added "Netflix New Releases This Week" to my RSS Headlines on Yahoo. But when I click on it all I get is the default home page of Netflix.

Ed

Ed

I think I'm beginning to understand: You don't click on the title of the thread, the articles (in this case the list of new releases) simply shows up below the title.

But now my problem is that I'm only seeing five new releases, and I'm sure there are many more than that.

Ed

Tony Gentile

Can't get the My Yahoo RSS Reader to work for you (or have sites that are blocked)? Just roll your own, no code required:

http://www.buzzhit.com/2004/09/rss-digest-insert-feeds-on-your-page.html

P.S. Congrats to Hacking Netflix on the directory inclusion! Amazed you're listed ABOVE Netflix!

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