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  1. wicketr's Avatar
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    I created a WebOS friendly version of the page. Enjoy :

    http://m.wickens.ws/drudge.html
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    awesome! thanks!
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    sweet thanks
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    that's sweet awesome
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    I've been waiting for someone to do this. Thanks!
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    very nice, thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by wicketr View Post
    I created a WebOS friendly version of the page. Enjoy :

    http://m.wickens.ws/drudge.html
    Great! How does this work (how does it update?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hparsons View Post
    Great! How does this work (how does it update?)
    Just parsing the website and reposting it with a new style. It should stay up to date within 30 minutes.
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    The scary part is it would be SO simple for Drudge to put up a m.drudge.com. I don't understand why he doesn't, I also don't understand why he doesn't do a RSS feed. Maybe it has to do with the advertising.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirWill View Post
    The scary part is it would be SO simple for Drudge to put up a m.drudge.com. I don't understand why he doesn't, I also don't understand why he doesn't do a RSS feed. Maybe it has to do with the advertising.
    There IS an RSS feed. I just subscribed to it this weekend.

    Drudge Report Feed
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    Plug your favorite feeds into this site, to have it pull the full article for you. Life saver if you want to use your phone as an offline reader on a plane (I fly over 100,000 miles a year)

    Full Text RSS

    I have my own server running their code, so I dont get hit by the 5 article limit.

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