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I've been off the blogosphere for almost a month now. No, it wasn't self-control, I just didn't have a system to work on! My new laptop arrived two days back, and I've jumped into completing my numerous tasks littered on my pending list. A blog post on Fedora 14 on the new system (Dell Vostro 3400) is in draft and should be up by the weekend. Any way, I found this nifty plug in today for Evolution. It is called evolution-rss Neither do I need to use an extra client, nor do I need to keep a browser open to stay up to date with what's going on. Give it a whirl? Here is how:
$ su -c 'yum install evolution-rss'
Close and re-open evolution.