I've been working on a project to convert websites and search results into an RSS feed.This lets me see all new updates since last visits at a glance, and I can also read a preview before clicking on the link. You can read RSS in GoogleReader or for those that love mobile Flipboard. I've used a few RSS tools in the past for blogging, but the most popular free service to mix and convert feeds is Yahoo Pipes. My fear is this service will be put to rest soon so all my work will be lost. Does anyone have specific experience with an alternative tool. I am hoping to avoid the complication of hosting my own script.Thank you in advance.Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Galley Jan 24, 2013.
I know the program has been sunset, but I was hoping someone can walk me through the steps of adding custom field to grab twitter handles.
Currently it just ignores them altogether. Results are better than cut and paste, and I like the normalization settings, but it is really not designed to handle social links.
I found the documentation to connect custom fields using pre-processor actions. I will play around with this and see if I can get it to obey. I don't…Continue
Posted on March 19, 2015 at 1:00pm
originally posted on sourcecon RSS Horticulture for Sourcers
This year has been a rough one for fans of RSS. LinkedIn eliminated RSS feeds for groups in March. Twitter depreciated feeds in July breaking many hearts and blog widgets. Google Reader was shut down on July 1st followed by Google Alerts as they removed the option of RSS output. Public outcry was loud, but in the…Continue
Posted on October 23, 2013 at 9:05am
I found a few good conference attendee lists today from this site. I'm not sure it is hugely popular, but it was very easy to find pages of attendees and speakers. Designed to be mobile friendly it is a good source of info.
Posted on July 25, 2013 at 4:55pm