NetNewsWire is an easy-to-use Web news reader for Mac OS X. Its familiar three-paned interface, similar to Apple Mail and Outlook Express, can fetch and display news from thousands of different websites, including MacDailyNews.com (http://www.macdailynews.com/rss/rss.xml), making it quick and easy to keep up with the latest news.
– Remembers which items you,ve read, and lets you know when there are new items, so you spend less time surfing.
– Comes with hundreds of sites you can subscribe to with one click.
– RSS discovery – it can usually find a site’s RSS feed given the home page URL.
– No up-front configuration required: getting started is just a matter of launching the application.
– Familiar interface means there isn’t a bunch to learn.
– Subscriptions can be grouped via drag-and-drop, so you can organize your news your way.
– Customizable appearance, including colors and window transparency.
– Imports and exports subscriptions files compatible with other RSS readers.
– The Weblog Editor allows one to post to Movable Type, Radio UserLand, Blogger, and other types of weblogs.
– The Notepad, a scrapbook for the Internet, stores news headlines, URLs, subscriptions, and your thoughts and observations for later posting.
– It’s train-friendly, you can check the news, then take your laptop on the train and catch up on the way to work.
– The headlines pane can show dates, subjects, and creators when available.
– The Find command allows you to search through current news.
– It’s scriptable via AppleScript and other OSA languages. There’s a Scripts menu where you can add your own scripts.
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