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UPDATED: Digg Direct RSS Feeds

The Digg Direct RSS Feeds that I created a few weeks ago have been fixed.

Digg recently added a requirement that all applications include an Application Key with an application requests a feed. That's fine by me, it's their service, they get to make the rules.

A quick update to my cronjob, and everything is back on track. I even did a bit of touch-up work on the XSLT to clean the look up a bit.

If you missed it the first time, here are the feeds again:

Digg - Technology - Direct RSS Feed - http://feeds.feedburner.com/DiggTechnologyDirect
Digg - Entertainment - Direct RSS Feed - http://feeds.feedburner.com/DiggEntertainmentDirect
Digg - Gaming - Direct RSS Feed - http://feeds.feedburner.com/DiggGamingDirect
Digg - Science - Direct RSS Feed - http://feeds.feedburner.com/DiggScienceDirect
Digg - World & Business - Direct RSS Feed - http://feeds.feedburner.com/DiggWorldBusinessDirect
Digg - All Popular - Direct RSS - Feed - http://feeds.feedburner.com/DiggPopularDirect

You can also download an OPML file to import into your favorite RSS aggregator here. These feeds are updated every two minutes, and are a direct translation of the services.digg.com feeds.


Great work!
Just one little thing: the title for the "popular" feed displays as "World & Business"; the content is correct.

The way that my XSLT fills in the title, it takes a bit of massaging to get it to work right. I believe it should be fixed now, though.

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