Feedbooks.com — a site we have previously mentioned on this site — has a new feature which allows Kindle users to download RSS feed directly onto the Kindle in a way creating your very own personal newspaper from multiple feeds.
From MobileRead forums by Hadrien;
Feedbooks provide an easy way for Kindle users to download and read RSS feeds directly on their device:
- You can create a file for a single feed: http://www.feedbooks.com/feed
- … or you can create a newspaper with multiple feeds: http://www.feedbooks.com/newspaper/create
- Generate a Mobipocket/Kindle file and transfer the file to your Kindle through USB or e-mail
- Once the file is on your Kindle, you can directly update your feeds inside the file, through the link on the cover or in the main menu of the file
- You can also subscribe to these feeds/newspapers from the main website and download those subscriptions from the mobile website: http://feedbooks.mobi
Here’s an example, just add this file on your Kindle to read the feed from Mobileread: http://www.feedbooks.com/feed/743.mobi
It is a smart idea to provide feeds in an “offline” format for those times when your Kindle had no wireless signal.
One of the most interesting things to try once this feature is online will be to read a blook (blog+book), which is basically a serialized novel published on a blog. For the last 2 years, Lulu even created a Blooker Prize to award the best blooks. I’m not a huge fan of LCD screens for reading, but with an e-paper device on my hands, things are much different and I’ll probably start reading a few blooks and hope that I’ll find one that suits me pretty well.
Create your own newspaper for you Kindle at Feedbooks: http://www.feedbooks.com/news. It will be interesting to keep your eye on this service and see how it evolves.