A free web tool which checks your domain's servers for common DNS and mail errors and generates a report with explanations how to fix them.
Has an RSS feed.
Archives of old technical magazines and journals. Mirrors of particularly important retrotech archives.
Mirror friendly as long as you use anonymous rsync. Please note that their archive is rapidly approaching 1TB in size, so you may wish to think carefully about what you want and why.
A human-curated small selection of accounts to spice up your timeline.
You can get RSS feeds of any specific tag in https://fedi.directory by adding /feed/ to the end of the tag's URL.
For example the tag for "Gardening" is at the URL:
Provides a way for you to view the latest NASDAQ.com content directly from your favorite RSS reader. You can also use the RSS feed to automatically display headlines on your own website.
Fedi.Tips is an informal, unofficial guide for non-technical people who want to use Mastodon and the wider Fediverse. Browse the contents on the index below.
To see the latest entries on this guide as they’re added, follow my FediTips account on the Fediverse at @email@example.com, or if you have a newsreader you can use RSS.
The California Independent System Operator (ISO) maintains reliability on one of the largest and most modern power grids in the world, and operates a transparent, accessible wholesale energy market. The organization works diligently around the clock to meet the electricity needs of consumers, while increasing the amount of renewable energy to usher in the clean, green grid of the future.
The California ISO provides open and non-discriminatory access to the bulk of the state’s wholesale transmission grid, supported by a competitive energy market and comprehensive infrastructure planning efforts.
Things of interest: Emergency notifications, daily briefings, API, power grid status, and electricity pricing.
I really need to figure out how to monitor this.
yarr (yet another rss reader) is a web-based feed aggregator which can be used both as a desktop application and a personal self-hosted server. It is written in Go with the frontend in Vue.js. Local storage is backed by SQLite.
We expose people to information and ideas from all sides of the political spectrum so they can better understand the world — and each other. Our balanced news coverage, media bias ratings, civil dialogue opportunities, and technology platform are available for everyone and can be integrated by schools, nonprofits, media companies, and more.
We provide Media Bias Ratings for over 800 media outlets and writers, so you can easily identify different perspectives. Learn how AllSides rates media bias, or learn about the different types of media bias.
Queries are done with URLs: https://www.allsides.com/media-bias/ratings?field_featured_bias_rating_value=1&field_news_source_type_tid%5B2%5D=2&field_news_bias_nid_1%5B1%5D=1&field_news_bias_nid_1%5B2%5D=2&field_news_bias_nid_1%5B3%5D=3&title=snopes
Has multiple RSS feeds: One per tag or topic plus https://www.allsides.com/news/rss
We are the most comprehensive media bias resource on the internet. There are currently 4300+ media sources and journalists listed in our database and growing every day. Don’t be fooled by Fake News sources. Use the search feature above (Header) to check the bias of any source. Use name or URL.
Has an RSS feed.
Doesn't have an API.
It's gotten so hard to find Raspberry Pis these days that there is a site that tracks models, vendors, whether or not they're in stock, and prices.
A Wordpress plugin that pretends to be a socnet. Plug the RSS feeds or Twitter profiles into the config page and it'll show you updates as they happen. Pretends to be an RSS feed reader. Private blog posts only for other Friends that follow you. Supports IndieAuth. Cross-blog private messages.
OnionComms is server configuration to host chat applications over Tor using onion services. Servers supported:
Community driven open database of vulnerability exploitation in the wild. We believe that exploitation information is about safety and it should be easy to access and not be behind paywalls. Get alerts on new reports of exploitation via RSS, Twitter, grab our docker image, the hourly database exports or get the full exploited list in the API.
People put .plan files online, which is both interesting and old-school. And there's an RSS feed for updates.
A site that aggregates, prettifies, and reposts SEC filings. Even has RSS feeds on a per-company basis.
A service which tracks changes to Twitter profiles, name changes, pinned tweet changes... authenticate with Twitter or Github.
Every user account has its onw RSS feed, incidentally.