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ExtraLabs Software today announces the release of Feed Mix 4.96. Designed for the Windows OS, this application enables you to create, edit and publish RSS feeds and podcasts surprisingly fast and easy. Feed Mix is an RSS editor, which is powerful enough for RSS gurus yet refreshingly easy for RSS first timers. It lets you create, edit and publish the unlimited number of RSS feeds and podcasts. Unique to Feed Mix is its ability to create a new RSS feed or a podcast from several existing feeds. The program gives a great host of useful tools, including a WYSIWYG feed editor, a built-in RSS reader, a blog client, an HTML editor, an image editor, an XML editor and an FTP upload facility. All these and other tools are delivered in an intuitively transparent user interface that makes RSS creation and maintenance surprisingly simple even for a rookie. Creating a new RSS feed from several others is a breeze and doesn't require any advanced knowledge of the computer. You should specify which news from the selected RSS feeds you would like to see in your new RSS feed, and all the mixing job is done by Feed Mix. You click on the "New Project" button to create a new RSS feed, select the source RSS feeds and add them to Feed Mix. Every new feed is loaded automatically and its content is displayed in the view area. You can then add the feed information such as topics, or an image to the project. Also, you can modify the layout of the Project feed if this is necessary. Once you have the feed, you can upload it to the website using the built-in FTP upload and publishing facility. Read more about Feed Mix at: http://www.extralabs.net/feed-mix.htm Download an evaluation version to try it for free http://www.extralabs.net/FeedMixSetup.exe Feed Mix Pricing and Availability: Feed Mix 4.96 runs under Windows 95/98/Me/2000/NT/XP/2003 and costs $39.95
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