What I don’t have, though–again, not yet–is a way to access those same RSS feeds from damn near anywhere. Right now, all my feeds are being downloaded on my computer at home, where they’ll stay until I get back there at December’s end.
Don’t get me wrong, I like the setup, it just doesn’t quite do the job when I’m somewhere where I can’t easily get back a few hours later to see them. For example, when I’m in Rochester, where my computer’s several hundred kilometers away. I’ve tried a few of the more centralized services–Bloglines, Google Reader to name a few–but they all seem to overcomplicate something that doesn’t need to be.
I don’t need favourite entries. I don’t need 5 or 6 “share this” links. I don’t need synchronization with my phone, Outlook, and whatever else it’ll let you connect to it. I can find that locally, in the form of TwInbox from TechHit. Now, let’s see if I can find it remotely. TechHit, I can see an opportunity in your future if you’re up for it.