SuggestRSS just a few minutes of your time and it will give you some cool new feeds to subscribe to.Let's say you like RSS feeds. Let's say you're looking for some more good ones to subscribe to so you don't miss good stuff. There are a number of ways to accomplish this, but this week New York based developer Jonathan Christopher built a nice simple new one. Give his app
Years after the untimely demise of Share Your OPML and available now, unlike the super feature rich but frozen in private beta service Toluu, Jonathan Christopher's SuggestRSS is easily worth the minimal effort it will take you to try out.
To use SuggestRSS, export your reading list from your feed reader and you'll get an OPML file on your desktop. Upload that file to the SuggestRSS website and it will do a simple comparison. People who like what you like also like these things you don't have. Simple as that. Amit Agarwal found and blogged about it first, among people we know.
You'll get some duplicates with the system, the sample size is small, it's dominated by tech feeds and not good for much yet with other niches. But you can come back to the URL of your recommendations later and find new suggestions!
That's it. There's nothing more to it. Now if you'll excuse me, I can't believe I had never thought to subscribe to the feed for Boston.com's Big Picture. It's really incredible photography and I appreciate SuggestRSS prodding me to subscribe.