Testing the “send to blogger” button… Send To Tumblr And Track With Bitly Google Reader Custom Link: “ Google Reader just launched a “Send to Twitter” feature that allows you to share bit.ly links to interesting items in your reader with your Twitter friends. First, awesome! Second, Google Reader has been getting lots of product… Read more »
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I’ve been meaning to write this code for a while, and I really wanted to take a stab at writing a wordpress plugin so here it goes. The following takes in Google user credentials, and allows the user to display what RSS feeds they subscribe to on their wordpress blog Example: The RSS that I… Read more »
It’s now less “bubble” looking. I’m wondering if its pulling from my gmail theme, but I unfortunately can’t check that from work. I really like being able to hide the stats in the upper left. The only one I ever look at is how many total unread items I have.
As I said earlier, Quite a few presentations from Google I/O have been posted for your viewing pleasure. I’ll be glued to these this weekend while I’m on call. Topics include Ajax KML Sketchup Android OpenSocial Appengine Data APIs Theory Talks Youtube Gears Mashups Maps and more!
Blogger in draft added 2 new features today: a blogroll page element, and post scheduling. Post scheduling is pretty useful, you can write up your post, set the time (in the future) that you want it to post, and Blogger will do it automatically. The second feature, a blogroll, I would like a lot more… Read more »
First, Techcrunch came up with a list of the top blogs that users subscribe to using Google Reader. The top 3 on the list were BBC with 202,463, Google News wih 192,100, and ESPN with 189,274 . Remember, these are only the stats if the subscriber is using Google Reader, obviously there are blogs with… Read more »
I’ve been wanting to share what I subscribe to in Google Reader and using the functions I wrote I was able to do just that. Check out the article for the full run down on the unofficial Google Reader API. This is written in python but should be easily portable to php. If i get… Read more »
Finally!! No more using Yahoo Pipes to search the feeds! I’m sitting here waiting for my friend Eli to pick me up from his apartment for a nice lunch over at dreamworks, glancing over a few feeds (I have a LOT to catch up on when I get back to NY), and one jumped out… Read more »