Fun RSS feeds


http://dictionary.reference.com/wordoftheday/wotd.rss

I
 am subscribed to dictionary.com’s word of the day feed. It’s
really useful… although today it is expropriating me of time. And yesterday, I became
atrabilious after getting only 5 hours of sleep, in two 2.5 hour chunks.

http://dwlt.net/tapestry/dilbert.rdf

The obligatory dilbert

http://www.dpreview.com/news/dpr.rdf

I am a big digital camera geek. My office door is covered with 8.5×11 and 13×19 prints
of pictures I’ve taken with my Canon D30/60/G1 (and printed out on my Epson 1280).
Thus, I find it useful to have DPreview’s new reviews delivered to me, so I can keep
up on the latest. David and I haven’t upgraded cameras in 10 months – quite a
record for us.

http://www.thundermain.com/rss

Microsoft Download Center

http://www.techbargains.com/rss.xml

TechBargains – what a great use of RSS. The top bargains of the day are delivered
right to my Outlook client through my aggregator of choice, NewsGator.

http://xml.newsisfree.com/feeds/47/2447.xml

The Onion headlines, every week

http://memepool.com/memepool.rss

Just fun stuff


Comments (1)

  1. Dave McGlynn says:

    You have an incorrect link on this page..

    The "Word of the day" from dictionary.com is taking me to:

    http://dictionary.reference.com/wordoftheday/wotd.rssI”>http://dictionary.reference.com/wordoftheday/wotd.rssI

    when it should be

    http://dictionary.reference.com/wordoftheday/wotd.rss

    Just wanted to let ya know.