Updated: 9/24/02; 2:49:43 AM.
Jake's Radio 'Blog


Sunday, June 2, 2002

Directories in OPML

In parallel to the work that Dave has been doing, I'm working on a new feature for RCS: A page that lets you view an OPML file as an HTML directory.

Here's a sample directory. It's a rendering in RCS of the same directory that Dave linked to on Scripting News earlier today.

If you have an OPML file that you want to see rendered as a directory, go to this page, and enter its URL. Once released, any RCS will be able to render directories from OPML.

I'm also working on a way to add directories to a page on a Radio weblog. Here's a glimpse at the cutting-dege.

By the way, some Manila users will probably recognize this feature.
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Learn Radio

Jeff Cheney has this little tidbit for us:

"Wouldn't you like to learn the exciting new field of Radio -- right in the privacy of your own home? You bet you would -- all those fun things that you get with Radio -- snappy songs, games, hilarity, and up-to-the-minute news of all the swell stuff that people are doing who are more interesting than you -- and all piped into your home at absolutely no cost whatsoever. It's thrilling, this New World of Radio, and it's sure to open up lots of new opportunities for happiness and personal contentment, so you're going to want to be right in there on the ground floor. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime chance to be a part of the new happening Radio Club. Then we can hit you up for your money."
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Jeremiah has some more info about the SAT IIs, which he took yesterday. I'm pretty sure he did well.
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Mark is meta-rolling his blogroll.
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Herbert Agar. "The truth that makes men free is for the most part the truth which men prefer not to hear."
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