Over the past year or so, Twitter has gone and made it increasingly difficult to find, isolate and subscribe to RSS feeds of folks you follow.
So why would grabbing a RSS feed of a particular Twitter list be any different?
To generate an RSS feed of a Twitter List you have to make two alterations to a standardised URL; http://api.twitter.com/1/INSERT USERNAME>/lists/INSERT TWITTER-LIST/statuses.atom
So RSS for my CoWorkers-Inspiration list is a structured API query like this:
Grabbing RSS for a twitter user is nearly as easy, though you have to duck into idfromuser.com.
A standard Twitter user’s RSS feed looks like this: http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/USER ID.rss
The XXX is an ID unique to each Twitter account. To get your, or any Twitter user’s, RSS URL you should replace the XXX with their ID number.
So RSS for my status updates would be: