Subscribe To Author-Specific Consumerst RSS Feeds

Overwhelmed by all of the posts The Consumerist puts out? Looking to cut items from your feed reader budget? Subscribe via RSS to just the feeds from specific authors. Here are the necessary feed links (or you can just copy the link from the author’s byline and add /feed.xml to the end):

Ben Popken
Meghann Marco
Chris Walters
Carey Greenberg-Berger
Alex Chasick
Theresa Profio (feed under construction)

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  1. SaveMeJeebus says:

    Weird. I just did this like, a minute ago.

  2. savvy9999 says:

    Is there an updated photo of the consumerist crew? I recall there being a very edgy one taken of 3 of you (Ben, Meg, Carey?) a while ago.

    Who’s Alex, Theresa?

    Surely one cannot expect readers to dedicate precious RSS space to the unknown; heaven knows you’re only as smart and witty as you look.

  3. KyleOrton says:

    Is there some tracking software making this a huge popularity contest? Are drinks riding on this?

  4. Mr. Gunn says:

    Can we subscribe to lists missing a specific person?

    just kidding, I love you all…

  5. nequam says:

    This is like asking us to pick a favorite child…

  6. AcidReign says:

        I couldn’t do that. This blog has more posts I actually read than any other Gawker site! Wouldn’t want to miss any of it!

  7. howie_in_az says:

    Do they all say:

    “[[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]“

    ? Because it’s redundant.

  8. dohtem says:

    @Mr. Gunn: ouch.

  9. Meg Marco says:

    @AcidReign: Awwww!

  10. gStein_*|bringing starpipe back|* says:

    is there any difference between the authors? (other than, of course, them being different people)

    do they each specialize in a specific field?
    i just can’t think of any reason to subscribe to the individual authors, without knowing them in real life.

  11. Beerad says:

    I’ll only do this if there’s also trading cards being released. I predict the Alex Chasick rookie card becomes a prized collectible.