Feedtwister is a new services which allows users to select a list RSS feeds of their choice and mix them into a single ‘combo’ output.
After registering with Feedtwister, members can begin adding their favorite RSS feeds. You can create as many lists as you like, and each list is a combination of the RSS feeds you selected. Each list can hold 50 RSS feeds which are randomized and displayed together. To help keep things separate, each feed can be assigned an image, and posts can be ordered by date or title.
After adding some of your favorite RSS feeds to your list, you can begin customization of the output. All of the real fundamental stuff like title, language and the image are easy to change. Additionally, you can use their template system to customize the output so that it fits your website better.
I really like the template system they have set up at Feedtwister. Generally, this seems like a great option for avid RSS readers and researchers looking for another ‘river of news’ alternative — webmasters and bloggers who want to mix their RSS feeds and display them on their site could use it as well.