Is there a good way to keep track of everything I am interested in that is updating online? Some kind of huge private dashboard that is customizable. RSS feeds alone aren't getting it done. [more inside]
Regexfilter: I need help filtering a RSS feed with regular expressions in Yahoo Pipes. Specifics inside. [more inside]
Can I use Yahoo Pipes to create a feed that contains a bunch of other feeds added by other people? [more inside]
I'm a librarian who uses Yahoo Pipes in combination with RSS feeds for new books from Amazon to order books. The title tags in each individual item begin as in this example: "#1: A. Lincoln: A Biography". I would like to add a regex expression that will strip out the ranking (#1: or #10:) out of the title so that I can sort the book titles. What I want to remove is the # sign, the ranking number (one or two digit number), and the colon. Any help would be appreciated.
How can I automate the news searches that I'm performing on the same subjects day after day after day? [more inside]
I have multiple RSS feeds from different websites in Google Reader. However I find that there is a lot of duplication when I go through the individual feeds. Is there a way therefore to combine / group similar stories together (similar perhaps to Google News)? [more inside]
Trying to merge multiple blogs into one feed. Yahoo pipes strips out the author field-- any ideas? [more inside]
When Yahoo Pipes first came out, there was some muttering about how this would be handy for creating a feed for an individual author on a multi-author blog w/o feeds by author? But I can't seem to find anyone who's done it, or successfully do so myself. Any Pipes gurus on AskMe? [more inside]