After reading this at o’reilly radar (isn’t that [Gary Burghoff’s](http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0121400/) character on mash?)
> Combining nostalgia for the oh-so-1994 http:// with a cool tip by pal Duncan for using the otherwise barely-functional RSS reader in the Safari browser, I now routinely type feed:// (or feed: for short) where the http:// should be (e.g. feed:news.bbc.co.uk) and jump straight to a nice Table of Contents for any site sporting an auto-discoverable RSS or Atom feed.
I use [bloglines](http://www.bloglines.com) for my rss reading , and use the bloglines bookmarklet to subscribe to feeds — it does a good job, usually, but I noticed that it doesn’t always autodetect a page that I know has a feed. In addition, Safari 2.0’s rss view is nice, but the bloglines bookmarklet doesn’t like the “feed://” url protocol.
So I tweaked the bloglines bookmarklet to change ‘feed’ to ‘http’, works like a champ: