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Frederik Van Zande

Build a customizable RSS feed aggregator in PHP - 0 views

    RSS (Rich Site Summary, RDF Site Summary, or Really Simple Syndication) has been around since the mid-1990s. Over the years, several variants of the RSS format have popped up and several claims have been made about its ownership. Despite these differences, RSS never ceased to serve its usefulness in distributing Web content from one Web site to many others. The popularity of RSS gave way to the growth of a new class of Web software called the feed reader, also known as the feed aggregator. Although there are several commercially available feed aggregators, it's easy to develop your own feed aggregator, which you can integrate with your Web applications. You'll appreciate this article's fully functional PHP code snippets, demonstrating the use of PHP-based server-side functions to develop a customizable RSS feed aggregator. In addition, you'll reap instant benefits from using the fully functional RSS feed aggregator code, which you can download from this article.
Jungle Jar

JungleJar | 2 More Free RSS Web Application Tools - 0 views

    I've found two more great RSS web application based tools for all of you webmasters, bloggers, and/or RSS Feed readers out there. One RSS tool serves a ton of different purposes such as a RSS Feed analytical report of sorts, and checks the popularity of your blog posts on various social networks. The other is a blogging community of sorts with various web based tools at your disposal and gives you the ability to create a super feed.
Jungle Jar

Three Useful Online RSS Tools - 0 views

    These two online web-application RSS Tools are great, and I've personally been using them myself for almost a year now it seems. - Where does your RSS Feed rank? - Who's using that content for their own Website/Feed? Also, there is the third, the RSS graphic tool which is good for anyone looking for a somewhat plain and simple RSS feed button with more specific coloring.
Eric Be

» 10 Tools to Combine, Mix, Blend Multiple RSS Feeds - 0 views

    interesting to polemus freaks as polemus is the first site that combines RSS with users' forums
Corvida Raven

The Ultimate RSS Toolset: 100+ Online Apps and Resources | OEDb - 0 views

    This collection of tools will give you everything you need to get started or improve how you're working with RSS.
Andrew Long

Five Things You Can Do With This New Facebook RSS App | ReadWriteWeb - 0 views

    Coverage of an important step (i.e., new RSS based app) to opening Facebook data up to the masses.
Carol Whittington

Filter RSS feeds with Feed Rinse - 0 views

    Allows you to "rinse" (filter) your RSS feeds to only read what you want to read
godzhesas k

How To Access Password Protected Feeds in Google Reader - 3 views

    Learn how to access password protected feeds in Google Reader. Secure RSS feeds can be viewed in google reader using FreeMyFeed service.

Shambles Termly Newsletter Feb 09 now online - 21 views

shambles newsletter web2 teaching lerning international

Jeff Johnson

About FeedBlitz - 0 views

    FeedBlitz is a service that monitors blogs, RSS feeds and Web URLs to provide greater reach for feed publishers. FeedBlitz takes all the headache out of converting feed and blog updates into email digests, delivered daily to subscribers' inboxes. FeedBlitz manages subscriptions, circulation tracking, testing, and is compatible with all major blogging platforms and services such as Blogger, Typepad and FeedBurner. Unlike other blogmail services, FeedBlitz is reliable, scalable and fully supported. No betas, wish lists or road map items here. You're in production, and so is FeedBlitz.
Thieme Hennis

Tagalag - 0 views

    tagging tool * Tag friends and associates to create contextual relationships * Combine your blog, photo hosting, and RSS feeds * Promote yourself and discover people with similar interests
Aline Ohannessian

Alltop: All the Top Stories | Design Marketing Advertising Free Tips - 0 views

    Online magazine rack of popular topics, with all your favorite RSS feeds.
Marco Díaz Calleja

Data smog: newest culprit in brain drain - 0 views

  • To help people handle the information flow, Weil and Rosen offer some tips: ? Sift and trash?Try to focus on the information you really need instead of news blips that distract. Think critically and separate the gems from the dross.
    • Maggie Tsai
      Very good advice, but sometimes hard to practice. You often don't know at the moment whether you will need something later or not.
    • Iris Deters
      What I do is that just like processing bills, I prioritize things into Must-Have, Maybe, Throw-Away now. For the Maybe, I review them once a month. Believe it or not, this systematic process actually saves me a lot of time as I become much more productive!
  • ? Set limits?Ration the time you spend watching television, listening to the radio and cruising the Internet. Designate the best times for people to call or fax you.
  • ? Respond on your own time?Disable the e-mail ding and turn off the ringer on the fax machine. You can respond after you?ve finished the task at hand.
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  • ? Relax when technology makes you wait?Instead of getting irritated while your e-mail boots or a company?s telephone system puts you on hold, use that time to rest or tend to small tasks.
  • ? Use the technologies that work for you?You don?t have to acquire every new technology. If beepers and cell phones cause you stress, stick with voice mail. ? Schedule time away from information?Set aside slots for exercise, sports, dinner with friends and family vacations.
yc c

ProgrammableWeb: Web 2.0 Mashup Matrix - 1 views

    An experimental matrix of Web 2.0 mashups.
    Usage: Hover the cursor over any cell in the matrix. A small box gives details on mashups for that API combination. Top links in hover box bring you to that API's reference page. Links in body of hover box take you directly to the mashup. Not all combinations have mashups & only those with the 'º' indicator currently have entries. Cells at the intersection of same API (ex: Amazon+Amazon) list any other examples for that API.

    Note that there are two views into the matrix: the default view shows only those APIs for which mashups have been added to the database. The second view shows all APIs regardless of whether there's currently a mashup registered. It's big. Definitions: What is a mashup anyway? As always, it's good to check Wikipedia's definition, but essentially a "mashup" is a web-based application built through (creative) combination of data from multiple sources. Often, but by no means always, this data is retrieved by using a vendor's API such as those listed here. (An API? Also at Wikipedia.) Some recent press may also help explain: BusinessWeek's "Mix, Match and Mutate", The Economist's "Mashing the Web". Background: This is an experiment. It is intended to be both a reference point and also a visualization. What you see here today will change both in content and form shortly. I am quite interested in seeing the 'space' in which mashups exist. Clearly, some APIs such as Google Maps, appear to be more widely used than others. UI Issues: Cross-browser support is good but not complete. Sometimes it can b
Marco Castellani

Official Google Reader Blog: Share anything. Anytime. Anywhere. - 0 views

  • You can share any content from any web page, even if the site doesn't have a feed.
  • For even more control over what gets shared, select some text from the page before clicking the "Note in Reader" bookmarklet and your selection will appear as the item's body.
  • Have you ever wanted to share something that you were reading, but you didn't want to go through the hassle of subscribing to a whole feed for a single interesting article? And what about sharing content from sites with no feeds? There you are, reading along, and you think to yourself, "If only everything on the web had a 'Share' button like in Google Reader!"
Social Media Power

Social Media Newsrooms: The Ultimate Web 2.0 Tool for Your Business | Social Media Power - 0 views

    A social media newsroom is one place to send the media, prospective clients, book reviewers, or anyone who wants to know all about you, your business, or your book. This is a great explanation of SMNRs with examples.
yc c

iPrioritize - get organized with simple to-do lists - 0 views

shared by yc c on 09 Mar 09 - Cached
    Access your lists anytime, anyplace, anywhere Print, email, subscribe via RSS, and view lists on your mobile phone
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