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This WordPress plugin allows you to display Flickr photos on your weblog. It supports user, set, favorite, group and community photostreams, and is relatively easy to setup and configure via a settings panel. The plugin also has cache support, allowing you to save thumbnails on your own server.
Overview Redirects the main feed and optionally the comments feed to Feedburner.com. It does this seamlessly without the need to modify templates, setup new hidden feeds, modify .htaccess files, or asking users to migrate to a new feed. All existing feeds simply become Feedburner feeds seamlessly and transparently for all users.
ChangeTracker watches the White House’s web site so you don’t have to. Whenever a page on whitehouse.gov  changes, we’ll let you know — via e-mail  , Twitter  , or RSS  . But ChangeTracker  is not a piece of software. It’s the output of a series of powerful and mostly free Web-based tools, lovingly connected over the Internet.
How To Generate Your Own RSS Feed In Drupal Using the View Module By default Drupal automatically creates a feed for the whole website. But you can generate your own RSS feed In Drupal using the Views module to create a bespoke view If you don’t know how to do this, then you need to read my previous article in this series (Part 3). Once you have created a query, you can create an rss feed from it. The website www.alangillies.com provides RSS feeds to allow direct access to its news items from a remote browser or news reader. 1.
By default, Drupal only provides RSS feed for all the items on your front page. What should you do if you want to create RSS only for one specific taxonomy term? Well, did you now that you can create custom RSS feed using Views module? Before we move on, please download Views module first and the activate it (I’m sure you know how to do this, right?).
There’s been news spreading about Google forcing Feedburner members to migrate their Feedburner account to their Google Account. Google completed their acquisition of Feedburner back in June, which makes us wonder what took the migration so long in the first place. More sign-ups for Google though, right? Level Of Difficulty If you’re wondering the level of difficulty for migrating your account, I’ll let it be known that level is 0 (extremely easy).
After a year and a half of using social applications heavily, I recently had to revisit the plan to aggregate all my activity into one data stream. As the calendar rolled to 2007, I kept wishing I could look at all my social activity from 2006 in context: time, date, type of activity, location, memory, information interest, and so on. What was I bookmarking, blogging about, listening to, going to, and thinking about? I still had the urge to have an information and online activity mash-up that would allow me to discover my own patterns and to share my activity across the web in one chronological stream of data (to start with anyway).
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