Dave Winer points to Feeder today, a unique resource that allows non-technical persons to create and manage their own RSS feeds. As the advent of blogging and podcasting continue to emerge, we see a continuous shift in the technical toolset that is available to the end user. What is really cool is that Feedster supports RSS feeds with enclosures, specifically engineered for podcasting. Good stuff right there, the media revolution gets more interesting by the day:
"Feeder supports the full RSS 2.0 specification, including enclosures for podcasting and is packed with thoughtful features to help automate and enhance the experience of creating and managing feeds from start to finish, such as editable templates, auto-completing fields, HTML previewing and more."