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  • Top scientists start to examine fiddled global warming figures (Exaggerated records?)

    04/26/2015 4:58:36 PM PDT · by Beave Meister · 16 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | 4/25/2015 | Christopher Booker
    Last month, we are told, the world enjoyed “its hottest March since records began in 1880”. This year, according to “US government scientists”, already bids to outrank 2014 as “the hottest ever”. The figures from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) were based, like all the other three official surface temperature records on which the world’s scientists and politicians rely, on data compiled from a network of weather stations by NOAA’s Global Historical Climate Network (GHCN). But here there is a puzzle. These temperature records are not the only ones with official status. The other two, Remote Sensing...
  • RSS Shows No Warming For 15 Years. (Now Includes February Data)

    04/09/2015 8:49:37 AM PDT · by Signalman · 8 replies
    WUWT ^ | 4/9/2015 | Werner Borzek
    Data from Remote Sensing System (Satellite). In the above graphic, the zero line from February 2000 has been offset to make it visible. It actually falls right on top of the zero trend line from December 1996. The title may seem odd since RSS shows no trend for 18 years and 3 months now. The title was triggered by an exchange several years ago in which we were challenged to show there was no warming for 15 years. I promptly showed that to be the case with RSS, but was accused of cherry picking since I went on the other...
  • NewsBlur - Replacement For Google Reader

    05/23/2013 5:30:30 PM PDT · by LD Jackson · 6 replies
    Political Realities ^ | 05/23/13 | LD Jackson
    When Google first announced it would be shutting down Google Reader, I was very disappointed. I had come to rely on Google Reader to keep up with my favorite blogs. I went about trying to find a replacement RSS reader and had settled on The Old Reader. I really didn't like it as well as Google Reader, but it worked. Then, I came across NewsBlur. I couldn't use it at first because the free account signup had been disabled. This was mainly due to the sudden onslaught of former users of Google Reader. When the growing pains were finally worked...
  • (vanity) RSS feeds; where can i adjust my subscriptions to show more than 24 items?

    07/08/2012 2:30:13 PM PDT · by Dominic01 · 1 replies
    since free republic updates new headlines every so often, i'm trying to find where my live rss feeds can list more than 24 items per subscription, is there a way to extend the max amount of just 24 items only? i am using the latest version of Firefox and it doesn't give me the option to lengthen the max amount of items per subscription. i was told it might also be a restriction as well, but if any of you tech savvy peeps could let me know, since i use the feed sidebar and read down the list of every...
  • Is there a CHUMBY app for Free Republic?

    06/27/2011 3:23:28 AM PDT · by prisoner6 · 5 replies
    prisoner6 | 06/27/2011 | prisoner6
    Probably a bad day and time to ask but does anyone know of an app that would put the latest Free Republic posts on a Chumby? Don't know what a Chumby is? Lookie here! I have a Chumby One, you have to scroll down a bit to see it. It's smaller than the Chumby8 but I LOVE it! Think of it as an alarm clock on steroids. Mine does get lots of stuff including news from several sources, several types of internet and terrestrial radio, webcams and more. I'd really like to get FR on it, maybe an RSS feed?...
  • Nissan car secretly shares driver data with websites

    06/13/2011 8:07:08 PM PDT · by Kieri · 15 replies
    The Register ^ | 06/13/2011 | Dan Goodin
    Electric cars manufactured by Nissan surreptitiously leak detailed information about a driver's location, speed and destination to websites accessed through the vehicle's built in RSS reader, a security blogger has found. The Nissan Leaf is a 100-percent electric car that Nissan introduced seven months ago. Among its many innovations is a GSM cellular connection that lets drivers share a variety of real-time data about the car, including its location, driving history, power consumption, and battery reserves. Carwings, as the service is known, then provides a number of services designed to support “eco-driving,” such as break downs of the vehicle's energy...
  • What's Good About There Being A Genuine American Al-Qaida Movement?

    04/06/2010 3:08:48 PM PDT · by Cindy · 64 replies · 585+ views
    INTERNET ^ | April 6, 2010 | n/a
    06 April 2010 "WHAT'S GOOD ABOUT THERE BEING A GENUINE AMERICAN AL-QAIDA MOVEMENT?[1]" SNIPPET: "They write in English and their websites have RSS feeds, that's what. Reduces our overhead, improves our cash flow - thanks guys!"
  • Time Inc. demos tablet-friendly magazine concept

    12/02/2009 8:24:24 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 8 replies · 474+ views
    AppleInsider ^ | Wednesday, December 2, 2009 | Brian Garner
    Time Inc. released a video walkthrough as well as a working model of its digital magazine format designed for touchscreen tablets. Less than a month after competitor Conde Nast revealed that a digital version of Wired magazine would be available by the middle of next year, publisher Time Inc. released information Wednesday on its plans for making digital magazines a reality. Time announced that Sports Illustrated would be the first magazine to undergo the digital transition, and produced not only a video walkthrough but also a working example. ...various features and capabilities including: multi-touch controls, live links and sports scores,...
  • RSS Feeds for Guns and Gun News

    01/13/2009 5:31:44 PM PST · by Red in Blue PA · 15 replies · 985+ views
    Me ^ | 1/13/2009 | Me
    Does anyone have any good RSS feeds for gun sites/news? I went through the "Top 1000" RSS (not sure how the site arrived at that) and was surprised not to see even a single gun RSS feed. I mean, in a nation with what, 200,000,000 guns and about 50 million gun owners, why aren't there feeds around every turn? Frustrating, to say the least. The NRA has an RSS feed but the GOA does not.
  • The Engine

    01/14/2009 10:01:48 PM PST · by petitfour · 297+ views
    Occam’s RazR ^ | January 14, 2009 | Ike Pigott
    If you stare at the lines in the road, you’ll never see where you’re going. While the Devil might be in the details, if you want to know where he’ll be you need to look for the pattern. Pattern-recognition is one of the trickiest pieces of programming, partially because we know very little about how our brains work, and partially because humans make it look so damned easy. Our brains are designed to spot and record patterns. Sure, it takes a long time. Evenutally, enough memories gel to enable us to look back and assign confidence of some correlation (if...
  • Terror attack planned by RSS and allies?

    12/04/2008 10:32:11 AM PST · by TBP · 9 replies · 473+ views
    Sahil Online ^ | December 4, 2008 | Numerous
    The dastardly Mumbai terror attack of November 26 & 27, has claimed the lives of over 125 people and injured scores more. This terror attack in our analysis has been planned & orchestrated by the Sangh Pariwar and its allies within the security apparatus to counter the investigation of the ATS led by Hemant Karkare, so as to nullify and divert attention from the true face of BJP-RSS Parivar's involvement in fermenting terror attacks in the country. The basic aim was to totally subvert every attempt by the ATS (Anti-Terror Squad) that was undoubtedly uncovering the nefarious terrorist cells within...
  • Religious clashes erupt in India

    06/13/2008 1:57:18 PM PDT · by forkinsocket · 5 replies · 134+ views
    BBC ^ | 13 June 2008 | Subir Bhaumik
    At least 40 people have been injured in religious clashes on a remote delta island in India's eastern state of West Bengal, police say. Fifteen of those injured in the clashes on Sagar island, at the confluence of the Ganges and the sea, were policemen. Supporters of the Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh(RSS) and local Muslim villagers clashed after the RSS set up a camp in the area. This caused unease amongst Muslims, who have a large population on the island. The RSS is active throughout India and is the ideological fountainhead of India's main opposition party Bharatiya Janata Party...
  • How to look at the RSS satellite-derived temperature data: has the earth warmed or cooled?

    It’s already well known that the Remote Sensing Systems satellite-derived temperature data has released the January figures: the finding is that it’s colder this January than it has been for some time. I wanted to look more carefully at this data, mostly to show how to avoid some common pitfalls when analyzing time series data, but also to show you that temperatures are not linearly increasing. (Readers Steve Hempell and Joe Daleo helped me get the data.) First, the global average. The RSS satellite actually divides up the earth in swaths, or transects, which are bands across the earth whose...
  • Please evaluate my understanding of podcast files and RSS files

    01/06/2008 5:16:45 AM PST · by rudy45 · 4 replies · 104+ views
    Before we begin, let me emphasize that I'm logged in and that my beeber already is set to stune lol. I understand that a single podcast can consist of a single episode, or of multiple episodes. In the former case, I would upload the single episode plus one RSS file that points to the episode, correct? Then I would tell the aggregator the location of the RSS file. When I'm finished, the aggregator points to the RSS file and the RSS file points to the single podcast file (?) What about the latter case, where a single podcast consists of...
  • Recommendations for Conservative RSS Feeds (Vanity)

    12/02/2007 5:43:39 AM PST · by NewHampshireDuo · 5 replies · 126+ views
    I'd like some advice and recommendations from the Freeper community. I have a technical/educational website and I'm thinking about adding a few RSS feeds for news headlines. (For those who don't know, RSS is "Real Simple Syndication" and what you see on a site is a box with scrolling headlines. You can click on a headline to open up a window with the original article.) Of course the news software that I have has prebuilt links to NYT, CNN, etc. Yuck. Since my site is physics related I'll have a feed or two from orgs like the American Ass'n of...
  • India sets sights on cruise missile market

    01/29/2007 5:10:36 AM PST · by sukhoi-30mki · 70 replies · 1,055+ views
    Asia Times Online ^ | Jan 30, 2007 | Siddharth Srivastava
    India sets sights on cruise missile market By Siddharth Srivastava NEW DELHI - Long considered among the top importing nations for defense hardware, India is now looking to access the fast-growing international market for cruise missiles, considered a lethally efficient weapon. US forces used almost 1,000 such missiles when they first entered Iraq in 2003, and the total worldwide market is expected to be more than US$10 billion in the next decade. An inventory of more than 80,000 such missiles is estimated already to exist around the world. Indian Defense Minister A K Anthony has said New Delhi is holding...
  • Free Republic RSS feeds in the future?

    10/17/2006 3:17:15 AM PDT · by quesney · 40 replies · 1,552+ views
    Is there any chance that FreeRepublic will offer RSS feeds in the future? It would make it a lot easier to keep up with the flow of the many interesting posts on this Forum. --quesney
  • News Updates [Request for news links]

    04/23/2006 8:05:49 AM PDT · by sirchtruth · 7 replies · 393+ views
    042306 | sirchtruth
    I am looking for Up To The Minute news stories to gather. use to have Up To The Muinute nes stories. You could refresh your browser and they'd indicated when they were posted 1 minute -10 minutes ago. I only know of that has wire feeds from all over the world and they can update ever two minutes, but I'm more interested in ALL news that's updated or posted than just major headlines. Does RSS allow you to do this kind of things? Where do yous Guys get you news stories
  • Pastor Beaten by Radicals While Police Watch

    03/01/2006 10:21:25 AM PST · by TBP · 11 replies · 849+ views
    The Voice of the Martyrs ^ | February 2, 2006 | The Voice of the Martyrs
    On January 12, 2006, Pastor M. Aharon survived a brutal attack at the hands of Hindu radicals in the town of Nizamabad, Andhra Pradesh, located about 300 miles east of Bombay in central India. While he was distributing Christian literature, the pastor of Indian Pentecostal Church, who is in his 16th year of ministry, was mercilessly assaulted by a group of militant Hindus until his face was covered with blood from heavy blows to his mouth and nose. During this violent incident, a mob of over 100 radicals cheered and yelled for Pastor Aharon’s blood to be spilled, inciting the...
  • Blogspot tech questions: How to send an RSS feed, and how to attach a graphic to a link

    11/27/2005 7:02:35 PM PST · by Land_of_Lincoln_John · 8 replies · 468+ views
    Me ^ | November 27, 2005 | Me
    I received a graphic from CentCom to put on my blog, Marathon Pundit. An army specialist sent it to me for my blog. I don't know how to use it as a button to put in on my blog. Also, a blog serving as a clearinghouse of sorts for Illinois bloggers is looking for an RSS feed to put on their blog? Any FReepers know how to do this? I'm using
  • iFeedPod - a free OS X RSS aggregator for the iPod (Looks like MAC OS X only)

    11/26/2005 7:00:44 PM PST · by martin_fierro · 3 replies · 235+ views ^ | Nov 26, 2005, 8:30 PM ET | David Chartier
    iFeedPod - a free OS X RSS aggregator for the iPod Posted Nov 26, 2005, 8:30 PM ET by David Chartier iFeedPod logoiFeedPod from Carnglas Software is a free, handy and straight-forward utility for downloading RSS feeds to your iPod. It supports importing OPML files (with updated support for Bloglines OPMLs) and grouping various feeds into one, making it easier to get through a lot of content from multiple feeds. Setup is pretty short and sweet, with a simple window for entering a feed's URL and name, along with the option of grouping it. To run iFeedPod you'll need either...
  • Yahoo Widget for Free Republic RSS

    11/15/2005 9:38:44 AM PST · by worrywart · 14 replies · 914+ views
    I just found a Yahoo Widget called RSS Viewer that will let you view all the Free Republic Breaking News headlines by tapping into Free Republic's Breaking News RSS! To use the RSS Viewer you'll need Konfabulator (Yahoo Widgets). Yahoo recently bought Konfabulator and now the program you used to have to pay for is free. You can get the free Yahoo Widgets here: You can get the RSS Viewer here: Once you load the RSS Viewer you click the little "i" button and change the RSS Feed to Free Republic's RSS: and instantly all the Breaking...
  • How to Make Your Web Surfing 10X Faster

    10/08/2005 5:25:23 PM PDT · by PurpleMountains · 321+ views
    From Sea to Shining Sea ^ | 10/08/05 | Purple Mountains
    If you know all about RSS and Atom, this will be a waste of your time, but if you never heard of these site feed protocols, this article may be of interest, because it will make your web surfing much faster, more efficient – and almost professional. Many web sites and web logs automatically generate a file whenever they are updated. That is, whenever a new report, headline or article is posted, a special file is exported. In doing so, these sites follow either an RSS or an Atom protocol – both of which usually can be read by certain...
  • Looking for a RSS Reader (Vanity)

    09/03/2005 3:57:27 PM PDT · by TheHound · 7 replies · 305+ views
    9/07/2005 | TheHound
    I looking for a good RSS XML reader. I've downloaded a couple of freebee's but they weren't much good. What is the Freeper consensus, like there that sort of thing here.
  • Microsoft may dump proposed RSS name

    08/18/2005 1:13:51 PM PDT · by Panerai · 5 replies · 356+ views
    Macworld ^ | August 18, 2005 | Elizabeth Montalbano
    A well-known Microsoft Corp. Web logger Tuesday downplayed the proposed use of a new name for RSS (Really Simple Syndication) in the next version of Internet Explorer (IE) following several days of intense discussion about the notion of rebranding RSS in the Web log community. In an interview Wednesday, Robert Scoble, a Microsoft technical evangelist and writer of a popular Web log, or blog, about the software giant, said the company had not made a final decision as to whether it would rename RSS “Web feeds” in the final version of IE 7 the way it has in the beta...
  • Microsoft exec defends RSS rebranding

    08/15/2005 2:23:18 PM PDT · by Panerai · 17 replies · 562+ views
    Macworld ^ | August 15, 2005 | Elizabeth Montalbano
    A Microsoft Network (MSN) executive is defending Microsoft’s rebranding of RSS (Really Simple Syndication) into “Web feeds” after a flurry of Microsoft bloggers accused the software giant of trying to recast the Web-site syndication technology in its own image. In a recent post on his Web log “Torres Talking,” Mike Torres, MSN Spaces lead program manager, made a clear distinction between the branding of the RSS technology and the underlying technology itself. He also said that Microsoft is adding its own functionality to RSS in the version the company is implementing in Internet Explorer (IE) 7. Because of this, its...
  • Google to add RSS functionality to Google News

    08/09/2005 8:30:34 AM PDT · by Panerai · 5 replies · 394+ views
    Macworld ^ | Juan Carlos Perez
    Google Inc. plans to enhance its Google News article search service on Tuesday by adding content syndication, according to executives from the Mountain View, California, company. The new feature will allow Google News users to set up RSS (Really Simple Syndication) or Atom content syndication feeds for specific Google News sections, such as entertainment, business or world news, and for specific terms users search for on Google News, such as “George Bush,” “diabetes” or “space shuttle.” Users will also be able to set up RSS or Atom feeds for customized sections they create on Google News. “This is another way...
  • Looking for some good podcasts (vanity)

    04/24/2005 11:57:07 AM PDT · by Tree of Liberty · 5 replies · 695+ views
    April 24, 2005 | Tree of Liberty
    I'm looking around for some podcasts worth listening to, and I figured my fellow freepers would have some insight. I'm especially intersted in political, technological and theological topics. Maybe this thread could serve as a central compendium of "Free Republic Approved" podcasts?
  • Hindu fundamentalists injure Christians during screening of ‘The Passion of the Christ’

    04/01/2005 6:36:23 AM PST · by wesley_windam-price · 102 replies · 2,258+ views
    Asia News ^ | March 31, 2005 | Asia News
    Kochi (AsiaNews) – A gaggle of Hindu fundamentalists assaulted Christians who were watching a screening of The Passion of the Christ inside the Kanai Church, the oldest church in the state of Kerala (south-western India). One Christian was seriously wounded and scores of others were beaten and injured, including women and children. The incident occurred on Easter Eve in Chalakud Taluna when 25 militants from the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)—the paramilitary wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)—disrupted the viewing of Mel Gibson’s movie and started attacking the spectators, one of whom George Kutty, was seriously hurt. Kanai Church members...
  • In Search of Objectivity.

    02/21/2005 1:24:01 PM PST · by phoenix0468 · 36 replies · 549+ views
    phoenix0468 ^ | 2/21/2005 | Phoenix0468
    In the world of news sources, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find those that remain objective. Of course their are sources such as The Christian Science Monitor and ITN, but finding a good selection really is hard. So, what I am proposing in this post is for the members of FReeRepublic to help me out in finding some good news feeds for my site. This of course will make my site more appealing to users with similar interests to those of FR, but hey, where else could I get an educated, logical opinion on such a matter; DU? HAHAHAHAHA!...
  • Traditional Catholic forum web site ticker and RSS feeds

    02/12/2005 4:49:40 PM PST · by AAABEST · 21 replies · 768+ views ^ | February 12, 2005 | AAABEST
    For those of you who are Catholics - especially those who are traditionally oriented - now has a Catholic News ticker for your web site and RSS feeds available HERE.The News feed is updated several times daily. You can also get feeds for the latest forum posts or daily Martyrology if you like.Other areas you may be interested in is the Traditional Latin Mass, illustrated and explained, the 7-step Rosary or the weekly 1962 Sunday Missal Mass readings/propers.God bless.
  • 'Podcasting' Lets Masses Do Radio Shows

    02/06/2005 11:55:00 PM PST · by ajolympian2004 · 26 replies · 1,122+ views
    AP story ^ | February 6th, 2005 | Matthew Fordahl
    SAN JOSE, Calif. - After getting a taste of the radio business in college, software designer Craig Patchett never lost his interest in broadcasting. But without a job in radio, it seemed likely to remain one of those unfulfilled passions — until something called "podcasting" came along. Now, Patchett's creating shows and sending them out to the masses every day — not over the airwaves to radios but over the Internet, from his personal computer in Carlsbad, Calif. His listeners download his shows to their iPods and other digital music players. Patchett, 43, is among a growing number of people...
  • FR and RSS (vanity)

    10/30/2004 4:30:58 PM PDT · by Paul_B · 27 replies · 1,932+ views
    10/30/04 | me
    Just wondering - has FR considered implementing an RSS feed? One that would alert to pings and mail, and maybe threads deemed important, would, I think, facilitate discussion here, without having to constantly check back.
  • Free Republic RSS feeds! (Firefox found them)

    09/19/2004 6:30:46 AM PDT · by pcx99 · 69 replies · 8,773+ views
    Free Republic ^ | 9/19/2004 | pcx99
    People have been asking for a free republic RSS feed ( RSS FAQ ) for quite some time and while there isn't a traditional graphic there is a hidden meta tag which the new FireFox 1.0 browser discovered. Which means that if you're a newsfeed user you can finally subscribe directly to the free republic forums here:
  • Enthusiasts Call Web Feed Next Big Thing

    03/03/2004 6:05:57 AM PST · by FlyLow · 12 replies · 228+ views
    Associated Press/Earthlink ^ | 3-3-04 | Frank Bajak
    NEW YORK - E-mail is crippled, concussed by an irrepressible spam stream. Web surfing can be equally confounding, a wobbly wade through bursts of pop-ups and loudmouthed video ads. And that may explain the excitement these days over a somewhat crude but nifty software tool that automatically delivers updated information to your computer directly from your favorite Web sites. Enthusiasts see these Web feeds as sketching the outline of the next Net revolution. The technology behind them is called RSS and I rely on it daily to consult The New York Times, the BBC, CNET News, Slashdot and a few...
  • How to get desktop updates of Free Republic all day!

    03/13/2003 11:49:53 AM PST · by Jakenuts · 72 replies · 2,241+ views
    RSS Beta ^ | 3/13/2003 | Jakenuts
    Do you spend a fair amount of time hitting 'refresh' to keep up to date with the current news from Free Republic. If so, you might consider this free & efficient alternative that will automatically keep you on top of the news, “FreeRSS”. RSS or ‘Really Simple Syndication’ is an internet format that lets news sites publish a index of current stories with brief descriptions and links to the main stories. Because the readers only view full stories if they are interested in the topic, this saves bandwidth and time. RSS feeds are available from almost every major news site...
  • RSS & Free Republic

    03/06/2003 8:38:10 AM PST · by Jakenuts · 11 replies · 1,367+ views
    Request ^ | Jakenuts
    If you aren't familiar with the technology, RSS is a method for news & opinion sites (such as this one) to publish an index of new topics in XML such that visitors to the site can get regular updates using a news aggregator client (such as 'Feedreader'). The benefit to the user is that they don't need to continually refresh their browser because the reader just checks the index every couple minutes and lets the user know if any new topics exist. They can stay on top of hundreds of sites without any effort and can instantly go to a...