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Chris Shiflett's Blog:
PHP Blogs Not on Planet PHP
April 12, 2006 @ 15:31:39

For those that are fans of the PHP-related aggregator site, Planet-PHP.net you might have noticed some changes in the blogs that are pulled in. Chris Shiflett has and in this new post on his blog, he mentions what he's done about it.

I've been keeping up with Planet PHP for a while now. I like the Planet style of feed aggregation, and I think Christian and Toby have done a good job with it.

Unfortunately, the blogs I read and the blogs Planet PHP aggregates no longer match very well. Sean has a nice greasemonkey script that lets me read only the blogs I care to read on Planet PHP, but that only solves half of my problem.

The greasemonkey script for Firefox (sorry IE users) allows you to customize the blogs that are shown when you visit the Planet-PHP site. Chris also includes a list of the other blogs he reads, ones not aggregated by the Planet-PHP site.

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