BirdReader by Glynn Bird.
From the webpage:
In March 2013, Google announced that Google Reader was to be closed. I used Google Reader every day so I set out to find a replacement. I started with other online offerings, but then I thought “I could build one”. So I created BirdReader which I have released to the world in its unpolished “alpha”.
BirdReader is designed to be installed on your own webserver or laptop, running Node.js. e.g.
- import your old Google Reader subscriptions
- fetches RSS every 5 minutes
- web-based aggregated newsfeed
- – mark articles as read
- – delete articles without reading
- – ‘star’ articles
- – add a new feed
- – sorted in newest-first order
- – bootstrap-based, responsive layout
- – tagging/untagging of feeds
- – Twitter/Facebook sharing
- – basic HTTP authentication (optional)
- – filter read/unread/starred streams by tag
- – filter read/unread/starred streams by feed
- – full-text search (only works when using Cloudant as the CouchDB storage engine)
- – icons for feeds and articles
- – expand all
- – browse-mode – go through unread articles one-by-one, full screen
- – API
- – live stats via WebSockets (NEW!)
Not that you need another RSS reader but consider this an opportunity to create a topic map-based RSS reader.
You can subscribe to feeds or even searches of feeds.
But do you know of an RSS reader that:
- maps authors across feeds?
- maps subjects across feeds and produces histories of subjects?
- maps relationships between authors and subjects?
- dedupes aggregator content that appeared months ago but is re-dated to make it appear “new?”