I’ve created a feed reader, called Linefeed: a start page for displaying the headlines of your favorite RSS/Atom feeds in an organized fashion.

There once was a personal homepage made by Google, called [iGoogle](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IGoogle). It discontinued a long time ago and since then I've always wanted to create my own simplified replacement as a browser extension.

So, I started working on this years ago, but put it on the shelf when I discovered there already was an acceptable alternative for Firefox, called [mPage](https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/mpage). However, I've recently switched from Firefox to Vivaldi, for which no similar alternative was available yet, so I picked up development again. But I figured I might as well make it available for Firefox as well.

And so, now I've published a tentative first version:

https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/linefeed

It's still in an experimental stage, so you can expect bugs and a few shortcomings. But I'd love to get some feedback.

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A demonstration of Linefeed's features can now be viewed on its dedicated webpage:

http://extensions.codifier.nl/linefeed

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