RSS Feeds for N-TEN Groups

N-TENMy inbox is getting absolutely slammed with emails these days, and I really don’t want to have non-personalized email in my inbox any longer.

So, I’ve decided to put together a few RSS feeds that have started to make my life easier.

Anyone can feel free to pull in RSS feeds from the following N-TEN Group email lists (update: now you can pull from any of the groups that have more than 100 members):

Enjoy the feeds! I can make some more if people are interested.

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This entry was posted on Monday, March 5th, 2007 at 12:50 am and is filed under nptech. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

8 Responses to “RSS Feeds for N-TEN Groups”

  1. abenamer says:

    HA! Great idea Ryan. This on the “why didn’t I think of this myself?” list for me. Expect to see this tomorrow on That’s right — there’s now a digg for all nonprofit stuff. Check it out.

  2. Katrin says:

    NICE! We have been hounding GoLightly for this ….. and here comes ingenous Ryan and hacks the thing. Should have thought about this as well… :-) NICE! And yes, can I hire you you to do all?


  3. [...] And another little side dish is that I’m planning on incorporating Ryan Ozimek’s new RSS feeds for two 501tech groups and the NTEN-discuss list into If you have any suggestions for more streams to show up at the npdigg, go ahead and comment below. [...]

  4. Ryan Ozimek

    Update for everyone…so, right now I’ve only had the time to do the groups that have more than 100 members, but that’s more than double than what was there just an hour ago. Enjoy!


  5. Beth says:

    these work much better with google reader!! Wow! Yeah .. now a request .. can you get feeds for .. socialnetworking flickr online community

  6. Beth says:

    clicked too fast – was using the email to RSS tool in bloglines for months with affinity groups – but the design sucked.

    Okay, ready to shift from email overload to rss overload!!

  7. abenamer says:

    You can do this in Yahoo! Pipes too. Pipes will output to e-mail as well. However, I’m growing less fond of Yahoo! Pipes the more I work with it.

  8. I love it Ryan! This is a *great* example of Web 2.0 in action. Does this mean you will stop hounding us Katrin? :)

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