Archive for April, 2013
Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
Have you ever been watching ebay to find that rare item, or just trying to keep an eye out for a good deal? You can save a search in ebay and it will email you daily, but I found that it leaves a lot to be desired. It always gives me notification about suggested items that do not match my search.
I looked for a better way to keep on top of searching for what I was looking for and found that you can turn an ebay search into an RSS feed. Load it into your favorite RSS reader or website and it will give you all the recent hits on your search.
Turn an Ebay Search into an RSS Feed
Monday, April 29th, 2013
Find the RSS Feed for any Twitter User.
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Friday, April 26th, 2013
Should the Internet hive-mind really be getting into the crime investigation business?
Reddits crowdsourcing power often comes into conflict with its stated commitment to protecting online privacy.
Whereas Twitter and other kinds of social media are open firehoses of information, massive Internet forums like Reddit provide a community platform for dissecting information. At first blush, that might seem like a great idea.
Reddit and Criminal Crowd Sourcing
Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Google Readers split from its loyal user base has been a tad messy. It is not you, it is us, Google implored. We are living in a new kind of computing environment, was their attempt at letting users down gently.
However, for some die-hard fans it was all too much and they answered the only way they knew how – a selection of moderately funny internet memes and online petitions.
For the uninitiated, the search giant is set to shut down its RSS tool on July 1st; a service used daily by millions to gather together content from blogs, newswires and almost countless sites around the web.
More on Google Reader
Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
Where to submit RSS feeds with Media.
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Where to Submit MediaRSS Feeds