After the whinge a couple of entries ago about the difficulty I have in reading and organising blogs and feeds, I found, in the depths of my Applications folder, Vienna.

Vienna is a freeware, open source RSS and Atom newsreader for Mac OSX 10.3.9 or later.

Vienna has a ton of features I like: Folders of subscriptions, Webkit view of pages, import of OPML (got the scots-edu-blogs from my lilina page.), flagged articles are reflected in the Marked Articles smart folder.Links can be opened in Vienna in a tabbed interface(displayed with WebKit) or in Safari

There are quite a few great looking features to play with later: Smart folders, AppleScript support and css styling.

I’ve move Vienna to my Dock in the hope that I will not forget about it again.

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