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del.icio.us question

Monday, June 23, 2008 by Dave Winer.

A picture named hebrewHunk.jpgI've started to use del.icio.us recently, as part of the editorial flow for NewsJunk, and it's making me think of ways of integrating the two. Permalink to this paragraph

Now, I understand how I can get an RSS feed out of del.icio.us, the question is -- how do I get one in?  Permalink to this paragraph

I want all the stories that show up in the NewsJunk feed to become one of my bookmarks on del.icio.us, much as they flow through to FriendFeed.  Permalink to this paragraph

Is there a way to do this? Permalink to this paragraph

Update: From the comments it's very clear they don't have the feature. I'm not going to write a script, it was only of passing interest, in no way is it mission critical. The functionality is already in FriendFeed. I just thought there might be an easy way to provide NewJunk headlines to people through del.icio.us. Thanks for all the great advice! ;-> Permalink to this paragraph


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