So I use module
greader (part of package G-Client
to read a large number of ATOM and RSS feeds. I have long missed
the ability to search for articles I remember having read a few
weeks or months ago;
though I typically find it with an appropriately phrased Google
I've always wanted to have the ability to restrict the search to
the feeds I subscribe to --- this makes formulating the query
The advent of CSEs --- see my earlier blog post entitled On The Fly Custom Search combined with Google Reader's ability to export ones subscription list as an OPML file gives me exactly what I needed.
greader-opml. You'll need to do an
svn updateto get the above command; alternatively, sign in to Google and retrieve your subscription list.
emacspeak-url-template-reading-list-opmlto the location of the saved OPML file.
Now, you can use Emacspeak
reader subscription search from the Emacspeak Web
Command Line to search articles you remember having seen in your
Google Reader. This is also an excellent means of finding
articles of interest that one might have missed in the past.
As an example, I recently became interested in Selenium --- an
extremely powerful Web application testing framework.
Finding articles from the past that I ought to have read
but hadn't was a snap using the feature describe here.
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