(Of course, I suppose you can just bookmark this link directly as usual)
Then assign a keyword for the bookmark. Now you can point to a link to any topic with your mouse, go to the awesome bar and enter the keyword and the number of the topic, and voilą!
BTW, the name given to each feed and article are too long, so they'll end up all looking the same.
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kanji.koohii.com » Feedback » Better RSS Feeds (posted by ファブリス)
It would be appreciated if the names were much shorter, with the most identifying bit at the beginning (so that they be always easily identifiable).
They would look like something like this:
RevTK -Better RSS Feeds - Feedback
Better RSS Feeds (by ファブリス)
In the case of the individual articles this doesn't matter much, but for example in Google Reader I see all the feeds as "Reviewing The Kanji -..." which will be troublesome when I start adding more topics.
Sebastian: you should be able to rename feeds in your RSS reader, no?
Well.. I suppose the type of feed can be deduced from the posts.. I'll experiment.
As for what are RSS feeds. It's just like news feeds. Just download a RSS reader, add some RSS feed addresses, and it'll keep you up to date whenever new posts appear on the relevant blogs/forums.
Now quite frankly, in my opinion, it feels awkward to use RSS feed with a forum. That's because a forum is like many different feeds. It just doesn't feel natural to read it in RSS reader. I saw there is a "category" field in RSS 2.0 but when I added one with the name of the forum or the forum category it didn't do anything in NewsFire. So the main feed will just show posts as they appear in chronological order, regardless of where they are posted.