Use your iPod to read RSS feeds
Reading your favorite RSS feeds on iPods is a piece of cake. Naturally there will be questions regarding the actual need of reading RSS items on your iPod, but you should know that a lot of web sites offer full articles inside their feeds. I just tested a free utility called iFeedPod and it does the trick.
iFeedPod can be downloaded from carnglas.com (note: the website seems a bit slow today). It is easy to install, just unpack the initial downloaded file. The software is pretty straightforward to work with.
First you must add in your favorite feeds, by manually adding their titles and locations. As the software transforms the articles from the RSS file into iPod notes, you can chose whether you want to merge feed articles into a single note, or if you want each article to be stored in a separate note.
After adding the RSS feeds, you need to sync them to your iPod. The iPod needs to be in a disk mode, so files can be transferred to it.
If everything is OK, you will get the following screen:
Like I said the software is pretty easy to use. The screenshot below shows the RSS feeds we synced to the iPod. The difference between Apple and Non Stop Mac feeds is that Apple's is located inside one note and our feeds are located inside a subfolder. Here is a listing of the Non Stop Mac folder:
By clicking on each of the notes, you can easily access its content.