Feedalot alternate URL’s

When I reviewed (update) the mobile edition of the Feedalot RSS aggregator a while ago I noted that images in feeds were removed and replaced with the text “[image removed]”. Links in feeds got the same treatment, being replaced with “[link removed]”. Given the constraints of most phone browsers, I think it’s reasonable for Feedalot to remove images and external links, although I could do without the …removed messages which break up the flow of the item text. But what … Continue reading

Bloglines Mobile

I added Bloglines to the Directory and Portal. I know I panned the poor usability of the mobile site, a week ago, but I find myself using it daily nonetheless. Here’s why – synchronization. I want my mobile reader to only show me items I haven’t read already on the desktop and vice versa. Along with a million or two other folks, I use Bloglines on the desktop, it’s simply the best aggregator around. The main problem with Bloglines Mobile … Continue reading


Winksite is just an amazing resource for both mobile users and bloggers. There are so many useful services on the site. First of all, bloggers can create a free mobile edition of their blog almost instantly by entering the feed url as shown in the image below. The first small image shows what the mobile blog looks like on the phone. If you don’t have a blog, you can create a mobile blog hosted by Winksite. Then, using a simple … Continue reading