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fleamailman

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"Hi..." said the goblin again "...I am looking for anything that you like reading from the internet, you enjoy, or you feel is just worth reading, it can be a pdf download, or it could be a site that has a long chewtorial on something that I could readoffline too, links please..." explained the goblim who looks after his mother in a little village where there is no bookshop "... anyway please share what you recommend then..."
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Always something in the news...
http://www.newspapers.com/
http://news.google.c...hl=en&tab=wn&q=

Some of the best syndicated columnists in the world:
http://www.creators.com/opinion.html


This is an astute writer with a good grasp of the world
Bill Whittle
http://www.ejectejecteject.com/

My hero, Walter Williams
http://www.gmu.edu/d.../wew/index.html

Quotations
http://www.qotd.org/
http://www.worldofqu.../topic/all.html

Daily Dirt (not for kids)
The politics are skewed, the pictures are, ummmm, not for kids, but the jokes are FUNNY.

Have fun, Flea!

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You should subscribe to the Digg RSS feed its great lots of good articles (tech related of course) delivered reguarly everyday lots of good guides and tutorials appear as well as news and general interest notices.
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"...real thanks Joanna and scot then, I am checking them out now..."

scot's digg RSS link: http://etl.myfxh.com/digg.html

Edited by fleamailman, 23 April 2006 - 03:48 PM.

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Nice widget, i would have to go over to the dark side to use it though. There is a digg widget for the widget engine i use though.

I use thunderbird for my digg feeds im also subscribed to the new scientist feeds although that isnt as busy as the digg. Thunderbird is a great RSS viewer though.
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