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If you want to track the content of a website that doesn't have RSS, use FeedYes, or PonyFish. They're the two RSS feed creators that I use and that work well.
This will transform the way you track a company's press releases, do house hunting, or check when your band is playing another gig.
- Steve Rubel suggests Feeds2Be and Feeds43 too.
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