15 Firefox hacks to Pimp up Google Reader

Google Reader is enough power tool to read and manage your RSS subscriptions on-line. But it also can be improved to provide additional functionality with help you be more productivity with Reader. Library clips gives 15 receipts to pimp up the Google Reader. Those receipts are based on Firefox and Greasemonkey – tool which allows to customize the way a webpage displays using small bits of JavaScript. So, if you’re IE or Opera fan they definitely are not for you. The most interesting IMHO Google Reader + Twitter, Google Reader + del.icio.us, Google Reader’s BlogThis2Me and Integrate Google Reader with Gmail. So, feel free to grub appropriate hack for you!

P. S. I found very annoying POP-up snap-shot adds on the Library clips. I understand that the blog should work for money as well but it’s very difficult to read articles when those dummy POP-ups appear for every link.

Listen your favourite RSS

Odiogo software

Using Odiogo software which contst only $29.99 you can easily to listen your favourite RSS:

Odiogo downloads your favorite RSS news and blog feeds and converts the text into spoken word—easily heard on your MP3 player, when and where you want. In other words, you can convert any RSS news and blog feed into a Podcast!

It’s really cool and it may save a lot of time. Especially for citizen of megapolises. While you go to work in subway, for example, you already know all latest news.

Mister Tipster

Mister Tipster
Mister Tipster is an another way to read RSS:

The small, stylish display unit allows users to keep current on all the latest headlines, financial news, weather reports, sports scores, blog updates and even jokes – all without taking space away from the spreadsheet, document, browser or game on their computer screen.

Mister Tipster has monochrome LCD display and needs open USB port and Internet connection to bring RSS. The device is $150. Maybe I missed something but you can add another $150 and buy Nokia770 which is much power and useful than this old-style gadget.

[via eHomeUpgrade]