New RSS Feed Directory Locate Topic Specific Feeds
ExtraLabs Software, the creator’s of, Feed Editor, a popular tool to create, edit and publish RSS feeds, has launched UncleFeed. UncleFeed is a categorized RSS feed search engine and directory.
RSS means Really Simple Syndication. RSS is a special format based on XML, which was first used to unite headers with web content. In fact, RSS feeds are XML files containing data according to the RSS specification, and usually located on a website.
As soon as an RSS feed appears in the Internet, any connected computer can access it. In order for the user to be able to use the RSS feed, he needs special software or services called readers or aggregators.
While RSS has become an increasingly popular communication medium for more and more businesses, locating topic specific feeds can prove to be a challenge. UncleFeed is designed to group related feeds under general topics. Site visitors can also conduct keyword searches to find highly specific feeds or items of interest.
UncleFeed, is located at
http://www.unclefeed.com/rss/ . Search results can be viewed in XML format, or in a more readable HTML webpage format. Unlike similar search engines, UncleFeed allows site vistitors to choose to search the item contents or just the feeds title and description, for keywords. The results displayed denote both feeds, and items in feeds, that meet the specified search criteria.
UncleFeed is growing into a valuable resource for professionals searching for topic specific feeds. UncleFeed is a valuable aid for communication professionals, making it easy for individuals to locate, syndicate or aggregate feeds of interest.
About ExtraLabs Software
ExtraLabs Software specializes in the development of RSS and podcasting software. The company was founded in 2002. ExtraLabs Software is the author of such products as “Feed Mix”, an RSS reader with the editing ability; “Feed Editor”, a fully-fledged RSS and podcast editor; “RSS Wizard”, an HTML to RSS converter, “RSS Publisher”, a free tool for publishing RSS Feeds, and “Image Assistant”, a tool for batch-mode image processing.