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Topic # 30904 25-Feb-2009 11:08
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Looking for some help here please. I can't tell you what I am up to yet but will do soon. I want help in compiling a top 20 list of RSS feeds to embed in a product for NZ. Of course I have GZ on my list. Most of the users will be non-geek so a mix subjects such as news, weather, etc would be handy.

Any suggestions?




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  Reply # 197963 25-Feb-2009 11:40
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Just post it here then.




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  Reply # 198027 25-Feb-2009 16:46
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Jama: Looking for some help here please. I can't tell you what I am up to yet but will do soon. I want help in compiling a top 20 list of RSS feeds to embed in a product for NZ. Of course I have GZ on my list. Most of the users will be non-geek so a mix subjects such as news, weather, etc would be handy.

Any suggestions?


I would tread cautiously as I had a client who wanted to do the same thing with the RSS feed from Stuff, but you needed to get their permission first.

Problem was, no-one every answered their phone or their email so we skipped them.  I'd read each site's terms and conditions just to make sure you aren't in breach.

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