I cannot believe this – Gmail appears to now have an Atom feed for unread items in your Inbox. The feed is located at https://gmail.google.com/gmail/feed/atom – you would need to be logged in to see your own, so I believe this prevents the use of Bloglines for it at this time. Here’s the feed source for a test message I sent, with an attachment: <entry> <title>Test message</title> <summary>This is a test message I'm sending to my gmail account to show how my feed works. Also …</summary> <link rel="alternate" href="http://gmail.google.com/gmail" type="text/html"/> <modified>2004-10-04T13:19:13Z</modified> <issued>2004-10-04T13:19:13Z</issued> <id>tag:gmail.google.com,2004:1150178771150140097</id> <author> <name>Daniel W. Dickinson</name> <email>(my email address was here)</email> </author> </entry> I’m sure someone else can rave on and on about the importance about this, but let me just calm my nerves by declaring that this is potentially huge news. Update: A number of #joiito regulars have not seen it yet, so perhaps it’s in alpha beta. Or beta beta. Or double secret beta. Or beta band. I don’t know, but I definitely have it.