RSSFeed.me is a real-time, web-based monitor for the RSS feeds you really want to keep up on. Feed it your choices, and you get big, bold headlines scrolled and faded across a black backdrop. RSSFeed.me was created as a way to display what was currently going on in an RSS feed in a novel and highly visible way. You can import your roster of feeds via an OMPL file or add individual feeds one URL at a time. Once the feeds are added to RSSFeed.me, every new headline on the feed pushes onto on the top of the RSSFeed.me interface, while old headlines are slowly pushed off screen as new ones arrive. You can keep it all black and white, or customise the colour of your feeds and other display options. For a peek at how RSSFeed.me works, check out the video below:
RSSFeed.me is free, but requires a basic registration to retain your feeds and customisations.