What's it all about?
Feedster Hacks is a new clearinghouse blog run by Steven M. Cohen (he's a librarian and someone I work with at ResourceShelf) that collects and organizes, "the various hacks that have been created with Feedster." Now, what does Steven consider a hack? He writes, "A hack can include a bookmarklet, an advanced search mechanism, or even a useful way of using Feedster to fit your RSS/weblog searching needs."
Feedster Hacks isn't an "official" company site. However, it's being with the approval of Feedster.
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