NetworkStatic’s Reading For Technologists and Docker Enthusiasts
As I run across interesting articles and papers I pop them up here in case anyone else finds them interesting. The topics are interesting reading for technologists, Docker enthusiasts and networking nerds alike who are looking to broaden their horizons. Its not the easy path, but its a rewarding one for the passionate.
I had someone ask how if this is automated somehow and it is because if it wasn’t I would have like three articles here 🙂
Here is what I use to lazify the process.
- Add a delicious browser plugin so you can “add to delicious” or whatever.
- Install something that will embed RSS feeds. I use HungryFEED.
- Check out the delicious API docs. The only limitation that was annoying from Delicious was there is some hard cap to the number of bookmarks you can pull that I didn’t bother hacking around but shouldn’t be too bad if you need a longer feed history.
Here is what the API call that you simply embed with shortcode calling HungryFEED looks like:
[hungryfeed url="http://feeds.delicious.com/v2/rss/<YOUR_DELICIOUS_USER_ID_GOES_HERE>?count=500" feed_fields="" item_fields="title,description,date" link_target="_blank"]
NOTE: Delicious now adds a
Sponsored: entry into their RSS feed. Please ignore this link. It is the first in the list. I will be switching to another RSS feeder that isn’t trying to monetize a simple RSS feed. Its kind of annoying as the feed is capped at 100 elements anyways so its not like its great or anything. So IGNORE the Sponsored BS. There is ZERO monetization on my site. The only thing remotely involving a donation is to the kickass no-kill animal rescue site alleycat.org in the footer.