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Fri, 25 Jul 2008 16:58:57 GMT
Kindle and RSS
I sold a Kindle this last week thru Amazon Associates and was happy to see a $35 coin coming my way. I also remembered that Kindle worked with RSS, so I started looking at my options for incorporating Kindle widgets on my webpage that had RSS. Quite a horror story. Turns on the Kindle chicklet that you would normally place next to your RSS chicklets, doesn't actually allow the user to subscribe to your feed. Instead, you have to associate it with a Kindle product, like a book. Huh? That just doesn't even make sense. Then I read the Wired write-up about unsubscribing being impossible. Has anybody had any success with Kindle and RSS feeds? I can't find any. Quite a gap in the Kindle story.
Wed, 16 Jul 2008 13:45:59 GMT
FilteredRSS.com

FilterRSS is a bayesian filter for your RSS. I tried it, rated a couple things, but couldn't quite figure it out. If your interested in playing with it some more, then please blog about it and I'll link it up.

http://www.filteredrss.com/

Wed, 16 Jul 2008 13:05:55 GMT
100 Things with RSS

Accredited Degrees out did all comers with their list of 100 Cool Things You Can Do With RSS.

http://www.accrediteddldegrees.com/2008/100-cool-things-you-can-do-with-rss/

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