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Yahoo Pipes

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Create RSS feed from any web page using Yahoo Pipes - Reaper-X In this post, i’m going to write a simple explanation / basic example about using Yahoo Pipes to fetch a webpage (you are free to use any pages you want assuming they allow Yahoo Pipes) and then create a RSS Feed from it so you can read it on your favorite rss reader As an example, in this post i’m going to give an example of creating RSS Feed from HorribleSubs website (horriblesubs.org) that i’ve been using (for myself only) so i can keep track on their Gintama release easily (i read that they’re planning on doing a total makeover of their site so i guess it’s okay to use them as an example) Before anything else, please see the source of the pipe used in this example (you need to log in to Yahoo first) because you’ll need to be logged in to Yahoo to see or create a new pipe Update 1: Here’s the updated version of the pipe which is used for their new domain (horriblesubs.info) and their new site design.

RSS from the New Delicious The new delicious is finally up. Not all that much different but I am excited because I use it every day. One of the features I use every day is the RSS. When I heard delicious had enabled RSS feeds today, I went to the site right-away to set them up. Fusion Tables - Gather, visualize, and share data tables online Bust your data out of its silo! Get more from data with Fusion Tables. Fusion Tables is an experimental data visualization web application to gather, visualize, and share data tables. The Digital Generation Gap: How Brands Can Capitalize on the Growing Senior Online Set Written on Jan 10, 2007 Author Misha Cornes | ♻ Retweet Directory Yahoo RSS Feeds In the beginning, it was just the Yahoo! Directory -- of course, it wasn't called "the directory" then: it was just Yahoo!. And when David and Jerry's pet dissertation-stalling project became more work than they could manage on their own, they assembled a team of unusual helpers. These "surfers" were a strange assortment -- ex-librarians, inquisitive generalists, obsessive-compulsives -- but they shared a few key traits: curiosity, an endless appetite for knowledge, and a passion for organizing information.

Kristi Hines on RSS for Facebook Pages Do you want to keep up with the latest news for your favorite Facebook fan pages, but don’t want to miss out on them because EdgeRank is hiding them from your new feed? Or would you prefer to not have to go to Facebook at all until your favorite pages have updates? One of the Google Chrome extensions I use, RSS Subscription Extension, puts an RSS icon in the browser’s address bar when there is an RSS feed discovered on a page. On Facebook pages that haven’t been converted to the new Timeline design, that icon comes up so you can subscribe to your favorite page’s RSS feed. For pages with the new design enabled, however, the RSS feed has gone missing.

Situation awareness Situation awareness (SA) involves being aware of what is happening in the vicinity, in order to understand how information, events, and one's own actions will impact goals and objectives, both immediately and in the near future. One with an adept sense of situation awareness generally has a high degree of knowledge with respect to inputs and outputs of a system, i.e. an innate "feel" for situations, people, and events that play out due to variables the subject can control. Lacking or inadequate situation awareness has been identified as one of the primary factors in accidents attributed to human error.[1] Thus, situation awareness is especially important in work domains where the information flow can be quite high and poor decisions may lead to serious consequences (e.g., piloting an airplane, functioning as a soldier, or treating critically ill or injured patients).

Six Predictions for 2007 Mark Kingdon | January 2, 2007 | 0 Comments inShare0 Fasten your seatbelts. It's going to be the most exciting year in interactive marketing yet. Create RSS Feeds for Yahoo Yahoo provides content for a variety of products and services as RSS feeds — thousands of feeds in total. You can subscribe to an RSS feed in My Yahoo or another RSS feed reader application. If you are a developer, RSS is an XML application, so you can parse RSS feeds as XML and then use the content within those feeds to build your own web applications or mashups or desktop client applications.

Yahoo! Pipes est une application Web de Yahoo! qui offre un environnement graphique de développement et d'hébergement de scripts de traitement de données du web. Cette application permet aux internautes de créer gratuitement un flux unique qui agrège des flux de contenus provenant de différents sites internet. Historique La version beta de Yahoo! Pipes a été inauguré le 7 février 20071. L'application a été développé par Pasha Sadri, Ed Ho, Jonathan Trevor, Kevin Cheng et Daniel Raffel de Yahoo!. source: wikipédia by sirchamallow Jun 20

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