There is no denying that Twitter is fantastic. The problem, though, is that there is no way to follow people outside the social media site.
I use TweetDeck to monitor accounts, brands, and specific keywords. Unfortunately, I have about 15 columns opened at the same time. So, I usually miss a lot of great stuff.
Last night, I decided to try and find a tool that would help me turn streams into RSS feeds. My goal was to add those feeds to my Feedly and save a lot of time as a result.
It did not take long until I came across a fantastic tutorial created by Amit Agarwal. In this tutorial, he uses two tools: Twitter widgets and Google Script.
Note: I am completely new to Script. However, it took me less than two minutes to implement the tips.
Read the article at http://www.labnol.org/internet/twitter-rss-feed/28149.