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Subscribe to Blog On A Stick on Twitter

Have you heard? RSS is dead. Well, honestly, I don’t think that will happen anytime soon. Either way, I decided that I might as well create a Twitter account for my blog for those who use Twitter for just about everything. If you’d like to, you can follow Blog On A Stick on Twitter and […]

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Gruml – Google Reader Desktop Application for Mac

Gruml is a desktop feed reader application that is completely integrated with Google Reader. Unlike some other programs that claim to do the same, Gruml does more than just show you your feeds. Gruml includes: Share this article. Star this article. Like this article. Mark as Unread, which also marks the item un-read in Google […]

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Google Reader Advances

I can’t say I was ever a big fan of Google Reader, it was just a little to weird for me. However, the new Google Reader seems to be more advanced and much nicer. I’m actually quite digging the simple interface, nice layout and the stared or shared items.The only thing missing is browser integration. […]

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Are there any OPML syncing services?

As I bounce back and fourth between Firefox and Flock, I realize that I really need some sort of OPML syncing service. A quick Google and Yahoo search came up with nothing. Is there really no service to sync OPML files between browsers? I have Sage in Firefox and Flock has a nice built in […]

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Call for Feed Buttons!

The upgraded Chicklet Creator is just around the corner.  Really, in that folder over there. 😉 Now is the time to send in any Feed readers or other blog services that you want included.  This is a big update so you’ll definitely want to get your service, or your favorite service added.

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Technorati and Portal Chicklets

I’ve updated the Chicklet Creator with new buttons today. Now included are Technorati (add to favorites), Protopage, Pageflakes and Netvibes. I may have another new button in the works, but feel free to share any services that I’m missing. I’ve also updated the Yahoo, Rojo, Newsgator and Pluck images to come directly from those services, […]

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WordPress Feed Stats

There is an amazing feature available for hosted WordPress.com blogs called Feed Stats. It tells you how many people have viewed your feed and what feed readers were used. The bad part? It’s only for WordPress.com blogs. See a great review of Feed Stats. I’m hoping that the feed stats feature makes it into all […]

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