Readers â€“ not much new â€“ Feedly, changes the Google reader experience â€“ enhances, no real â€œnew stuffâ€. Allows tweeting directly from the reader. Firefox introduced Snowl and it really failed.
Google reader is becoming more popular â€“ he went through some of the features including the Mobile and Most Obscure features in the Trends. Searching feeds is cool â€“ Cohen thinks that Google should get into searching because they are doing a good job with searching through your feeds
Whatâ€™s going on with RSS these days? Lifestreaming (FriendFeed & Tumblr) â€“ Tumblrâ€™s features allow you to push the info to an URL that you own.
â€¢ Feed Sidebar in Firefox
â€¢ YouTube â€“ search YouTube http://www.youtube.com/rss/search/*term*.rss
â€¢ Twitter Search
â€¢ Open Congress â€“ seach by person, bill, issue or whatever and get updates every time something happens
â€¢ Justia Dockets
â€¢ Justia Case Alerts
â€¢ Ebay â€“ 3rd party tool â€“ rssauction.com
â€¢ Delicious Tags
â€¢ Google News, Blogs
â€¢ Flickr Tags
Page2RSS â€“ get RSS feed of changes for any page â€“ whether they have a feed or not. [ed note â€“ this going into Pipes would make things really easy â€“ no more scraping for data yourself!]
Update Scanner â€“ scans for updates (Firefox extension) on any page and highlights the changes
Staying current â€“ sites he uses to stay current â€“ check the link above
Know who your FOLâ€™s are and do good shit for them.
Showed Firefox extension called ScreenGrab which lets you save part of a page as an image. Next was Cool Iris â€“ lets you open a new browser window easily, next shows invisible-auctions.com