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08/29/2005 Easy RSS for All with FeedForAll
Great FeedForAll review from Internet Journal on Internet.com.

While the early adopters have been using RSS (Really Simple Syndication) to distribute regularly updated content for a long time now, many business users are just warming up to how useful RSS can be. While best known for its uses in blogging and podcasting, RSS is an easy and effective way to distribute any content. You won't need to worry about your message getting blocked by an e-mail spam filter with RSS, and it only goes to people who subscribe to the feed, so you won't be bothering people with unwanted posts.

While RSS was designed to be simple, it can seem hopelessly complex to new users who have no idea what an RSS feed even is. That's why NotePage, Inc., a small communications software company based near Boston, has come up with FeedForAll (www.feedforall.com), a beautifully simple program that makes creating and editing RSS feeds a breeze.

Complete FeedForAll Review

08/22/2005 FeedForDev Beta Released - An RSS Component for Software Developers
A 'Beta' release of NotePage's new FeedForDev has been released. FeedForDev is a component that allows developers to integrate RSS directly into their applications, opening a channel of communication with their users.

FeedForDev is currently in beta. This means that the product is stable, but does not yet contain all the features planned for the final release. Nor does it contain all the documentation. The purpose of the beta release is to solicit feedback from users about the way the product works, and to obtain feedback concerning the features that are included, or should be included in a final release.

The FeedForDev component is available in two forms: FeedForDev, a VCL component for Delphi, and FeedForDevX, an ActiveX component for most other development languages.
Details and Free Evaluation Download

08/16/2005 RSS and The Copyright Debate
RSS is commonly defined as really simple syndication. So, this means that any material contained in a feed is available for syndication, right? Well no, not exactly. It means that the content contained in an RSS feed is in a format that is syndication friendly, if the copyright holder allows for syndication. Offering a feed for syndication does not in fact grant any legal rights to anyone to reuse the feeds content beyond what the Copyright laws grant as Fair Use.

RSS' Copyright Debate

08/17/2005 FeedForAll Mac Beta Version Will Expire
We wanted to remind users who are still using the beta test version. The beta version *will* expire very soon. You will need to download the current version and register to continue to use FeedForAll Mac.

08/17/2005 FeedForAll beta with iTunes support.
For those of you interested in iTunes support in FeedForAll (windows version). The beta version of FeedForAll with iTunes support will be available August 29th. We appreciate your patience. Notification will be sent to beta testers.

08/16/2005 Accoustica Partners with FeedForAll
We are very pleased to announce the relationship between Accoustica's MixCraft product and NotePage's FeedForAll. MixCraft allows users to record their own songs or do some creative audio editing. This multi-purpose audio recording software is easy enough to jump into and powerful enough to make your own musical podcasts!

The two programs together make it very easy to podcast.

08/10/2005 PC Magazine Reviews FeedForAll
PC Magazine recently reviewed the top 3 desktop feed creation solutions and FeedForAll was amongst them.

FeedForAll is the most complete Windows RSS feed creator we've come across. It lets you exploit the advanced aspects of RSS from an easy, wizard-driven interface.

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08/09/2005 FeedForAll Newsletter Posted
Check out the latest FeedForAll Newsletter and see the latest news!

08/03/2005 rss2html version 2.0 Now Available
Turn your RSS feeds into a search engine friendly html web page using RSS2HTML.php.

The new rss2html.php script helps webmasters syndicate content contained in RSS feeds. Using rss2html.php webmasters can customize the format and look of the web page created from the RSS feed. The RSS feed's contents can easily be integrated into an existing website's theme. The rss2html.php script parses the RSS file, extracts the pertinent information, formats it, and serves it up as regular HTML.

The new version of rss2html.php has new options to allow it to run on secure web servers. It can be run on any webserver that can run PHP scripts, and it support feeds in the RSS 2.0, 1.0, .93, .92, .91, and .90 format. The new version optionally uses curl rather than fopen, to address any security concerns that webmasters might have.

08/01/2005 Free Script for Displaying RSS as Web Page
Turn your RSS feeds into an html web page using RSS2HTML.php a free PHP script. The new The rss2html.php script allows webmasters to display RSS feeds on their websites. The content displayed contains the most recent entries from the RSS feed, and because the resulting page is pure HTML, it will be in a format friendly to search engine robots.

Using rss2html.php webmasters can customize the format and look of the web page created from the feed. The RSS feed's contents can easily be integrated into an existing website's theme. The rss2html.php script parses the RSS file, extracts the pertinent information, formats it, and serves it up as regular HTML. The new version optionally uses curl rather than fopen.

The rss2html.php script runs on any webserver that can run PHP scripts, and it support feeds in the RSS 2.0, 1.0, .93, .92, .91, or .90 format. Additional details and a download for the free script can be found at http://www.feedforall.com/free-php-script.htm

07/28/2005 Marketing Studies Prepares Demo of FeedForAll
Marketing Studies prepared an amazing video demo of FeedForAll.

Many readers have been asking us to show them exactly how RSS feeds are created. Unfortunatelly, there's no exact way, since there are so many solutions available on the market.

We'll be doing a series of video demonstrations of RSS publishing tools over the following few months, and starting today with FeedForAll, the market leader in the desktop RSS publishing tools category.

This software is aimed towards publishers and marketers that want to create their RSS feeds as quickly as possible, without suffering any monthly costs, and have their feeds hosted on their own server.

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