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MyHeadlines 4.3.1 - preview: whats new in the next version?
PHP-Nukenukeevangelist writes "MyHeadlines: web based news feed aggregator and scraper for phpnuke.

travel over to myheadlines [developersite]
and Download the MyHeadlines v4 3.1 (Build C) package for your CMS here [developersite] comes up with Myheadlines

see a demo [demopage]

MyHeadlines is a web based news feed aggregator and scraper. RSS / XML / RDF are
all supported. Also includes Blogger API, Google API, Skins, Templates, ...

MyHeadlines is a Content Syndication Search Engine. At its core is an RSS
reader that caches content from many sources and provides Full Text search capabilities. The emergent behaviour is an efficient Current Events Search Engine. Extending this behaviour to its logical end we added the ability for individual
users to subscribe to the news feeds which interest them the most and provide a 1 to 1 experience
for each user. There's screen scraping technology for building custom feeds, and also for harvesting Stock
Ticker data. Blogging, Link Dump, and Comments are features included in the standard download. If
you have a PHP and MySQL based web architecture then MyHeadlines is the Content Syndication Engine for You!

Posted on Sunday, August 20 @ 05:44:53 CEST by perfect-games
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