Apart from its own Ice Tea tech blog, Dipot.com also displays two external feeds relating to Optimization and Standards. I needed to optimize the post titles of these two feeds by getting rid of their long suffixes, both for better looks and for more content within the same space.
The feeds were served by the standard […]
3 Ways to Exclude Content from WordPress Feeds • Perishable Press
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At some point I added the category “Bookmarks” in Ice Tea tech. Thanks to the “YAAB” (short for Yet Another Auto Blogger) WordPress plugin, this category automatically gets its content directly from my Delicious feed. This way I get my own copy of what I put up there and my blog gets some added value […]
Synchronizes Feeds with Google Reader and NewsGator Online
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As I mention from time to time, I never have enough of a good thing. FriendFeed is more than good, it’s great. Greatness has a tencency to increase expectations. These are a few optimization suggestions to raise the experience from “great” to “near perfect” (as new requests will probably always exist):
Discussions is a great strength […]
I like FriendFeed much better than Twitter; that’s no secret. In a conversation with @Trianta earlier today, it seems the only FriendFeed desktop clients out there are the Adobe Air-based Twhirl and feedalizr. They both leave a lot to be desired. There is also the announcement of .NET-based FriendFeed Client. Web-based FriendFeed applications are also […]
DiPot, short for Digital Pot, was founded in 2001 to push Digital Convergence, then in its infancy, and Communication. Now that our everyday life is digital and lots of communication means are at our disposal, DiPot is still here to help enhance, improve and optimize both in the user’s level.
To that extend, the Ice Tea […]