"RSS is a big topic of discussion around Tangler. Obviously we want to do it, but there's doing it and there's doing it well. Options with an RSS would be interesting and I'd like to see someone do that well.
e.g. Give me everything, or just give we stuff with the word collaboration in it. Or maybe, give me articles with 50+reads and/or 10+ comments."
That got me thinking about how many of you currently subscribe to RSS Remix feeds - i.e. feeds that have been filtered or mashed up with other feeds.
In my reply to Mick's comment, I said that RSS filtering is still a work in progress. Yahoo Pipes is at the geeky end of the spectrum, with its sophisticated "feed aggregator and manipulator" capabilities. But it shows where we're headed with remix feeds. Market leader in feed management, Feedburner, hasn't done a lot with filtering yet. However we've profiled several RSS Remix products recently on R/WW: FeedBlendr, FeedRinse, FeedDigest and BlastFeed. Others that have been mentioned in our comments are macro.scopia and the interestingly-named Profilactic. There are many others, I'm sure, but the point of this poll is to ask: are you using RSS remix feeds yet?