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I wrote a Java program to do just this - it reads a remote rss feed and displays them as scrollings links which can be clicked on to open the whole article in the default browser. The only trouble is that it doesn't update as the feed updates (so it wouldn't be much good for stock if it changes a lot). It needs java 1.5. I can't even guarantee that it works, actually. It's been quite a while since I maintained it. Anyway, if you have java 1.5 and you want to give it a go, try http://www.sf.net/projects/joanne and a brief usage description is on the software page on www.retrojunkies.co.uk
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Originally posted by rvijay I am not a programmer. SO can't do as suggested above.