I’ve made a bunch of improvements to RSS2.com lately:
You can now view all feeds in the system by going to the http://rss2.com/feeds/ page.
You can now page through older items than just the latest 10 items. This is a pretty nice enhancement. This way you can get caught up.
The top 30 most popular feeds are now displayed instead of just the top 25.
If you want to grab a copy of the OPML file that contains all of the subscribed feeds you can get it on the feeds page.
Also on the technical backend, I improved the speed of a couple of the SQL queries and also implemented 301 redirects for any requests made to www.rss2.com (meaning that if a user types in www.rss2.com they’ll be redirected to rss2.com without the www). Paging nerdly McNerdlington…