Create the perfect mix of news with an RSS aggregator. Linux supports several open source aggregators, or, if you’re looking for the perfect fit, you can even create your own.
Really Simple Syndication (RSS)  of website headlines is the most underrated tech on the Internet. This tutorial offers a flash introduction to RSS and shows how easy it is to build your own RSS aggregator to collect and process online news.
Technically speaking, RSS is an open standard that any website can use to provide small, plain-text files that contain titles, links, and excerpts. Programs called RSS aggregators download these files from many independent sources and display the headlines in one coherent interface.
These days too many people don’t even know that RSS exists, and one reason might be the false but widespread belief that RSS died in 2013 when Google killed off Google Reader.
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