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W3m as "blog reader"



w3m is not a blog reader. I use Google Reader -- see greader in
g-client; emacspeak also supports amphetadesk 

>>>>> "Kalyan" == Kalyan Mukherjea <kalyan.infinity@gmail.com> writes:
    Kalyan> Hi all, particularly RDC,
    Kalyan> 
    Kalyan> Today Raman's letter included the following "snip":
    Kalyan> 
    Kalyan> or subscribe to
    Kalyan> http://emacspeak.blogspot.com/atom.xml in your blog
    Kalyan> reader.
    Kalyan> 
    Kalyan> Now I read blogs by going to the blog using w3m; for
    Kalyan> example:
    Kalyan> 
    Kalyan> M-x w3m-browse-url <RET> emacspeak.blogspot.com
    Kalyan> 
    Kalyan> then look for the post I want to read using C-s.
    Kalyan> 
    Kalyan> So is w3m my "blog reader", in the sense Raman mean
    Kalyan> and if so, how do I subscribe to the url Raman
    Kalyan> supplies?
    Kalyan> 
    Kalyan> TIA.  Cheers.  Kalyan
    Kalyan> 
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