Ever wish you could get PC World's awesome How-To section in your inbox every day? Sure, you can subscribe to one or more of the newsletters, but those arrive only once per week. You need your daily fix!
Enter FeedMyInbox, a super-cool service that turns virtually any Web site or RSS feed into a nicely formatted e-mail newsletter--one that arrives every day.
All you do is paste in the Web address (I tried PC World's main How-To page: http://www.pcworld.com/howto.html) or feed URL of the site you want, then enter your e-mail address.
The next morning, you'll get your first inbox update. That's all there is to it! FeedMyInbox offers a great way to keep up on your favorite sites when actually visiting them isn't an option (like at work).
The service gives you five feeds for free. If you want more, you'll need to sign up for a premium plan; they start at $5 monthly. Doing so gives you a lot more control over your settings, with options like a customized send time and a choice between title-only and full-text feed items.
If all this sounds familiar, you may be thinking of Google Alerts, which also brings daily feeds to your inbox. However, GA works solely with search words and phrases, not specific sites. And its e-mails aren't as nicely formatted as FeedMyInbox's.