Kalyan Mukherjea <email@example.com> writes: > So is w3m my "blog reader", in the sense Raman mean and if so, how do > I subscribe to the url Raman supplies? Not really. You can read blogs in atom format using the emacspeak-atom-display command. There is a post to get things started for you here: http://emacspeak.blogspot.com/2006_01_01_archive.html The post startsabout 50% through the document... here, at least. As far as subscribing, I don't think this will get you where _I_ would want to be with it. I subscribe to many rss feeds in gnus. This grabs the feed automatically, letting me know when it has been updated without me having to visit the site manually. You can enter the addresses of atom feeds via customize, making things a little better. You won't have to enter the addresses manually each time. You can check out the emacspeak info manual for more information. Here is the section from my addition to the manual concerning feed reading: /* begin info yank */ emacspeak atom and emacspeak rss ================================ These are fairly simple rss and atom browsers for the emacspeak desktop. Using the Customize interface you add feeds in the form of titles and urls. Then you call the readers with `C-e C-u' for rss feeds and use `M-x emacspeak-atom-browse' for atom feeds. There is also emacspeak support for newsticker, an rss / atom reader that is a part of emacs 22, but I have never used it. I personally use *note gnus: (gnus)Top, for rss feeds but setting gnus up for only that purpose is like hunting rabbits with a bazooka. /* end info yank */ As far as I know, gnus does not support atom at this time but, as I said, you do not want to have to learn gnus just to read rss. take care, rdc -- Robert D. Crawford firstname.lastname@example.org <dracus> Ctrl+Option+Command + P + R <Knghtbrd> dracus - YE GODS! That's worse than EMACS! <LauraDax> hehehehe <dracus> don't ask what that does :P ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the emacspeak list or change your address on the emacspeak list send mail to "email@example.com" with a subject of "unsubscribe" or "help"
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