Jerome Bertrams founder of FeedYes has just let me know that he is auctioning off his site. FeedYes allows you to create an RSS feed from a site that doesn't have an news feed.
I hadn't heard of Jerome's site until he emailed me so on your behalf I took a quick peek.
HTML to RSS
The site is simple enough to use. You start off by entering the URL of the site, enter a tag, select your language and the click the button. The software behind the site will do it's best to create a feed from the links and headlines it finds on the site.
This sort of RSS tool is useful for keeping up to date on sites that do not already have a feed. FeedYes will probably work best with blogs due to their logical structure.
If you are interested in buying the site (you will need deep pockets) there is a page set up for you to make a bid.
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