Just found out via a FeedDemon watch that FeedDemon is listed alongside Gmail, MovableType, Mac OS X, ICQ and Dreamweaver in TechWeb Pipeline’s Software Hall of Fame. Here’s a snippet from the article:
“When I first tried downloading RSS feeds, I found the process to be something that sounded like a good idea, but was a lot more trouble than it was worth. However, all that changed when I started using FeedDemon. This is a great tool for organizing, reading, and filing data from lots of Web sites. If you don’t use FeedDemon, you’re wasting heaps of time…On other news aggregators, things just seem to take more mouse-movements and clicks than they do with FeedDemon.”
If you have a favorite application that didn’t make the list, you can submit it to TechWeb’s Call-‘Em-Like-You-See-‘Em Contest for a chance to win some nice prizes (including a 30GB iPod photo).
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Thanks for the plug, Nick.
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“I can’t think of a single example of when a corporate merger was a benefit to the customers of the smaller company” …
That’s a nice selective quote, some_stranger. Here’s the rest of it: “But there’s reason to hope this merger might be the exception, for the simple reason that NewsGator also does a good job of providing news aggregators. I can see the possibility of some nice synergies between the two technologies. For starters, the combined companies are working on making it easier for users to synchronize their feeds between multiple computers and mobile devices.”
Nick, maybe he works for the tabloids. :-)
Nick Bradbury: FeedDemon Selected for TechWeb Pipeline’s Hall of Fame
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