Google reader not updating rss feed
We’ll show how to accomplish this in Gmail with a simple filter.The first step is to set up a forwarding email address.We’ll use a sub-addressed address (user [email protected]). Now, whenever someone replies to your subscribed thread… You probably want to do this only for email that is already available to the public, like mailing lists… This is one of those tricks that we use all the time.Enter in this information, and click the Next Step button. If you haven’t registered for the forum yet, then feel free to register with your sub-address. It takes a few minutes to set up, but quickly subscribing to interesting threads is much more manageable than keeping tabs open indefinitely!Click on the link next to the Attribution box and enter an appropriate message about the copyright of the posts on your blog. The last step is to subscribe to the RSS feed that your blog generates.The link should be easy to find when you view the main page of your blog.It may take a while to set up, but once it is, you’ll be able to add new forum threads to your feed quickly and easily!The first step is to create a new blog using Google’s Blogger service.
We’re going to show you a method that uses Blogger’s post via email feature to generate a reliable RSS feed.
To lock down your blog, go to the Permissions section. If you’re concerned about copyright issues from reposting items from forum threads, you may wish to give proper attribution.
Click on the Design tab at the top of the settings page.
Luckily, there’s an easy fix for this that enables Aero Peek previews for all Google Chrome tabs by using a command line switch.
This groovy tweak works with all Google Chrome channels, including the stable, beta and dev releases. If you already have a Chrome shortcut on your desktop or Quick Launch bar, you can use that one. Launch Google Chrome using your modified Chrome shortcut.
In Google’s ideal world, the Chrome tab bar will replace the Windows 7 taskbar, as we take more of our apps to the cloud.