I received an email today from Nicky (the librarian) who has let me know about Feedity, a site that lets you create an RSS feed for a site that doesn't already have one. The idea being that you can subscribe to the feed you create for a site and view any updates or new content in your feed reader.
The tool is simple enough to use, just type in the URL of the site and select a category that site relates to then click preview. You are then presented with a preview of the feed that you can then go on to refine. Once you are happy with the results just subscribe to the related feed.
Using this tool I found it worked well on content sites but not so well on sites with little content. This tool is useful if you regularly visit a site that doesn't already have feed. A majority of blogs will already have feeds.
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