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Twitter Rinse

This post is late. The right time to send it was a week prior to SXSW. A week prior to the massive SXSW twitter group. A week before hundreds (more?) of new twitterers got a first hand intro to the awesome power of a hyperactive twitter group.

Here’s the thing, twitter has this thing called RSS. And you know what that means, twitter can be feed rinsed by feed rinse. Jason Tucker has recently how-to’ed the process on his blog. Paul Watson blogged about it previously as well. I thought I was the only one.

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  1. 1 Yb

    Thanks for great service.
    Some suggestions:
    1. Add “help” section!!!
    2. Allow organizing feeds in a hierarchy. E.g. Finance/Fun/Java
    3. Then allow using whole group of feeds in creating channel.
    4. Allow setting a “check for update” time for each channel.

  2. 2 whipsaw

    Is there a way to have the original item publication date appear in a channel’s feed?

    Every item has the publication date now.

    Thanks for the great tool.

  3. 3 Peter

    My idea for the day:
    If I’m looking to buy a home and I have a feed of MLS listings that fit my criteria, each listing’s title or text containing an actual address, can feedrinse recognize the presence of an address and pop up a map of the location for me next to it?

  4. 4 gregor


    is this project still running!?
    i see the blogging dates and was wondering if someone still puts some time into this… because apparently the filter aint working right… help section would be fine.. do actually regex work!? it doesnt work !@?$ over here :(


  5. 5 richrecruiter

    Hello, is Feedrinse still working? Looks like it stopped functioning a week ago?

  6. 6 michael


    Feed Rinse is functioning, however, we’ve had some trouble with the channel feature of late. See also http://feedrinse.com/blog/?p=25