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    Google's custom homepage just got a ton of new ajaxy features. I noticed in the "Create a Section" feature, you can put a RSS URL to add it to your homepage (I typed "URL to RSS feed" for demo purposes). You can see MetaFilter and A Whole Lotta Nothing in my new custom Google homepage

    1. @tomh 118 months ago | reply

      the sidebar thing surprised me. and now i can finally swap out slashdot for alterslash!

    2. Robert Brook 118 months ago | reply

      Excellent. Off to check that out...

    3. Robert Brook 118 months ago | reply

      Oh wow. Impressive.

    4. Vidiot 118 months ago | reply

      OMG it's Yahoo!.

    5. Dan Diemer 118 months ago | reply

      finally...i asked for this when Igoogle first came out.

      Nice to see it implemented.

    6. Dan Diemer 118 months ago | reply

      shoot...i can't make it take my netflix queue by default...i'll have to figure a workaround

    7. ktheory 118 months ago | reply

      Is it okay to take screen shots of web sites and then distribute it under a CC license (with yourself as the copyright holder)? I think Google still owns the copyright, and the CC license is null.

    8. mathowie 118 months ago | reply

      yeah, you're right ktheory. Usually I turn off CC for these screencaps.

    9. raumgleiter 118 months ago | reply

      i cant make it work with flickr feeds though. how do i get a flickrr rss feed into the personlized google page (it seems to need an .xml extension, where do i get it from?)

    10. Jessu 116 months ago | reply

      I like FeedFeeds which allows me to categorize my subscribed feeds.

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