Andre Torrez wrote a blog post about creating a feeds.txt.

My friend Adam Mathes posted an idea called 'feeds.txt' back in August where he decided to publish his current subscriptions to a human readable text file.

Intrigued by the idea I was inspired to write my own generator. It runs nightly in cron and generates both a feeds.txt and a feeds.html file.

Turns out I still have a lot of cruft in my subscription list that I should clear out. Lots of blogs have disappeared into the ether. Shame that.

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  1. kapgar says:

    So these xml feeds are all somehow listed on your site somewhere or from where are they generated to populate this text file? I'm confused. Email me.

  2. Jake says:

    Heh, cool. like a show me your OPML file from the good old days. I must resurrect my blog again