(Migrated weblog post from LSR)
For as long as I can remember, and while I have been maintaining both my Intranet and my Internet weblogs, I have always been a fan of RSS : Really Simple Syndication. RSS is one of those protocols that you just cannot ignore if you want to be kept in the loop about what is happening in different web sites and to follow up on a number of different weblogs. I am sure that by now you are all familiar with RSS and one way or another you may be using whatever RSS Newsfeed reader that may meet your needs.
However, and despite all that, I think that it may be also a good time to check a new RSS related offering that is available at the moment as a Beta product. It is called RSS2PDF and it is probably one of those offerings that may revolutionise some of the aspects of what RSS is all about. The offering itself will allow you to convert any RSS Newsfeed into a .PDF file that you can then take with you wherever you may go or that you can print out if you wish. So RSS2PDF is just the perfect solution for people who are on the road and do not have the possibility of staying connected all the time and who may not necessarily need to get busy using an RSS Newsfeed client.
It works very simple. You just need to enter the URL of the feed or the OPML file, then select the format, chose if you want to have images or not and you just need to click on Make PDF. And voilÃƒÂ¡ ! Ready to go. All your favourite feeds in .PDF format for you to take them with you wherever you may go. As far as I can see this may be the easiest way to get content from your feeds and make it available through .PDF, which is probably one of the easiest ways of reading through information without having to learn new tools.
Thus if you are looking for another refreshing way of reading through your RSS Newsfeeds do not forget to give a try to RSS2PDF as I am sure you will like what you are seeing. I have actually tried it out with a couple of my external RSS feeds and it worked really well so you may want to have a look and see if it does meet your needs as well. There is a good chance that it will.