Archive for March, 2008

Killer Write-up at Killer Start Ups

Feedables was given quite the treat today when we saw our reference and service offering explanation at
We have been following and reading about Killer Startups for some time now and it sure brought a smile to our faces when we saw that they were discussing us.

Killer Startups


Auto Feeds and Movie Feeds

Good news, just to let everyone know we’ve added two new Feedables sites recently.

Auto Feeds and Movie Feeds.

Auto Feeds highlights sites such as Motor Trend, Auto Week and The Garage Blog.

Movie Feeds highlights sites such as IMDb, Superhero Hype and Rotten Tomatoes.

Don’t forget that ALL our feeds provide two ways to subscribe.  You can subscribe to the most popular for the day or the most recent.  Also, all feeds are searchable so search away on your favorite Feedables if you’re looking for something in particular and don’t feel like using Google :)


Top 10 Finance Feeds You Can’t Afford to Miss

At Feedables we’re always trying to compile the most relevant groupings of feeds for a particular topic. In continuing this effort, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 finance feeds you can’t afford miss. These are in no particular order.

CNBCFeed Link

ForbesFeed Link

CNN MoneyFeed Link

Bloomberg PodcastsFeed Link

Newser BusinessFeed Link

Smart MoneyFeed Link

Get Rich SlowlyFeed Link

Market WatchFeed Link

Wall Street JournalFeed Link

Wise BreadFeed Link

As you can see some of these are no-brainers but hopefully you find some gems in there you can add to your feedreader. Also don’t forget, if you would like you can just head over to and get all 10 of them on an easy to read page. Or check out the RSS feeds we offer for the most popular and the latest news.

I’m sure there are a ton we’ve missed but we’re trying to go for quality not quantity. If you think we’ve made a dire mistake, just drop us an email over at or drop a comment below and let us know what you think.


Many New Feedables!

We’ve been hard at work bringing you the next version of our Feedables engine. In our first go around we launched two sites dedicated to operating system news and political news. Since then we’ve gotten a great amount of feedback. From those two we began working on the next generation of our engine, simply titled *.Feedables. With the new platform it allows us to open up the framework to allow others to create their own Feedables site. We’re actually very excited about it and have already begun creating a whole new set of sites.

As you can see we already have a wide array of topics for every taste and are always adding more.

If that wasn’t enough, we’re also opening the engine as a limited beta to you. So if you would like to have your own Feedables site, then drop us an email and let us know what topic you would like to setup. Please keep in mind that it is limited at this time so we’ll try our best to get you setup.

That’s it for now, as always if you have any feedback please drop us a line at