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Now that the new Camino (1.0.3) release has RSS capabilities, I now have an excuse to use RSS . I'm not really happy having to read RSS feed in Safari each time, and I wanted to know what RSS readers other mac users use, or if they have a personal favourite as I am relatively new to the whole RSS 'scene.'
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I really like Shrook. It's quick and supports a few different display modes for the feeds - it can even display the linked page. Oh, and it's free.
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I really like Shrook. It's quick and supports a few different display modes for the feeds - it can even display the linked page. Oh, and it's free.
Thanks for the suggestion I'm using NetNewsWire Lite at the moment but I'll give the full version of NNW a try and try out Shrook as well, as its free. And showing the linked page is very handy.

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