Bradbury Software’s RSS Feeds

I recently added a feeds page to my site which lists all of Bradbury Software’s feeds. If you’re using FeedDemon or another aggregator which supports the feed protocol, just click a FEED button to subscribe:

Blog Feeds

[RSS Feed]  FeedDemon Tips
[RSS Feed]  TopStyle Tips
[RSS Feed]  Nick Bradbury’s Blog
[RSS Feed]  Nick Bradbury’s "Dexter" Comic Strip
[RSS Feed]  Comments feed for Nick’s blog

Product FAQs

[RSS Feed]  FeedDemon FAQ
[RSS Feed]  TopStyle FAQ

Official Support Forums

[RSS Feed]  Announcements
[RSS Feed]  FeedDemon Feature Requests
[RSS Feed]  FeedDemon Support
[RSS Feed]  TopStyle Feature Requests
[RSS Feed]  TopStyle Support

User-supported Forums

[RSS Feed]  Web Authoring Forum
[RSS Feed]  Open Discussion

8 thoughts on “Bradbury Software’s RSS Feeds

  1. Why this feed protocol? It doesn’t make sense to tell something about the file in the URI scheme/protocol. We have MIME types for such things.
    Reiventing the wheel has been done too much lately, imho.

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  2. Anne, reinventing the wheel is sometimes necessary when it keeps going flat. MIME types aren’t a viable solution for feed subscriptions (see http://pirate.typepad.com/blog/2003/09/problems_with_m.html ). The feed protocol was invented to provide something that could actually work. If you’re aware of another solution that works in practice rather than just in theory, then there are many aggregator developers who would like to know about it.

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  3. Nick, using ‘feed:’ creates other problems, like not being able to access the file from browsers. MIME can be completely trusted. That Dave didn’t add it to the specification is a mistake of RSS. Trying to fix it with this proposal isn’t going to help a bit. Instead of advocating ‘feed:’, advocating people to use the correct MIME types for their feeds would probably help more.
    Besides, ever heard of the LINK element? I believe that is probably the most useful way for pointing to feeds and is quite widely adopted and easy to implement.

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  4. On the feed:// URI scheme

    Recently, there has been some discourse regarding the possibility of a feed:// URI scheme, which would be used for …identifying data feeds used for syndicating news or other content from an information source such as a weblog or news website. In practic

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