What is Neutrino?via One Man and Fraser Spiers.
A Neutrino feed is a collection of pointers to other syndication feeds - say, a blog, Flickr and Del.icio.us - all of which belong to one individual. It's essentially indirection for feeds - point someone at your Neutrino feed and they can then discover your blog feed, your Flickr feed, your Del.icio.us feed, and anything else you care to include which you publish and can be syndicated.
Many services emit an RSS feed of some kind. People are authoring increasingly many disparate feeds for different reasons. Examples include weblogs (both personal and shared) , bookmarks in Del.icio.us and digital photographs through services like Flickr.com.
There is, at present, no straightforward way to acquire all of a person's feeds from one source. An individual may provide links on a web page to all their feeds, but subscribing to all of these and organising them in an aggregator becomes an increasingly annoying task.
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