Yesterday whilst updating my feeds in Bloglines, I was thinking: hey I could use a single feed that had all my other feeds.
No worries, FeedBlendr is here. It will blend an unlimited number of feeds (RDF, RSS or Atom/XML) to a single feed, hosted on their server. It can also import an OPML file (most online readers, Bloglines included, can export all your feeds as an OPML file) from a file on your HDD or from a web address.
Here are all my 93 (current) reading sources (except Abakus which I had to remove, because it has some problems in it’s feed, and FeedBlendr would not complete the process), merged into a single RSS or ATOM feed.
PS: I don’t know why, but (at least for me and my 90+ reading feeds) it does move pretty slow, and sometimes even stalls my browser. Maybe with lesser sources it’s more stable ?