List of RSS Feeds I read almost everyday

I am sharing a list of RSS feeds that I read almost everyday. And which one is my favorites RSS reader? Well, I use GoogleReader because of it’s excellent features like star and feed history. also I like it’s feed sharing feature.

1. Ajaxian : http://www.ajaxian.com/index.xml
2. Cow’s Blog : http://cow.neondragon.net/xml.php
3. IBM Developer Works (Web) : http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/views/web/rss/libraryview.jsp
4. IBM Developer Works (Open Source) : http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/views/opensource/rss/libraryview.jsp
5. Designer Folio : http://feeds.feedburner.com/dezinerfolio
6. Digg Technology : http://digg.com/rss/containertechnology.xml
7. DZone Latest Front Page Links : http://www.dzone.com/feed/frontpage/rss.xml
8. Freelance Switch : http://feeds.feedburner.com/FreelanceSwitch
9. HacksZine : http://hackszine.com/index.xml
10. International PHP Magazine News : http://www.php-mag.net/magphpde/psecom,id,26,noeid,26,.html
11. JSLabs High Performance Web Apps : http://feeds.feedburner.com/jaslabs
12. LifeHack : http://www.lifehack.org/feed/
13. Mashable : http://feeds.feedburner.com/Mashable
14. Maxdesign : http://www.maxdesign.com.au/feed/
15. Newsvine (PHP) : http://www.newsvine.com/_feeds/rss2/tag?id=php&d=v
16. PHP Freaks : http://www.phpfreaks.com/feeds/articles.xml
17. PHP Magazine : http://www.phpmagazine.net/syndicate.xml
18. PHP Coding Practise: http://php-coding-practices.com/feed/
19. PHP Developer : http://phpdeveloper.org/phpdev.rdf
20. PHP Geek : http://www.phpgeek.com/wordpress/feed
21. PHP Architct News : http://www.phparch.com/phpa.rss
22. Planet Ajaxian : http://planet.ajaxian.com/index.xml
23. Planet PHP : http://planet-php.org/rdf/
24. Programmable Web : http://feeds.feedburner.com/ProgrammableWeb
25. ROScripts : http://feeds.feedburner.com/ArticlesAndProgrammingTutorials
26. Sitepoint Blogs : http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/feed/
27. Sitepoint News : http://www.sitepoint.com/recent.rdf
28. Smashing Magazine : http://www.smashingmagazine.com/wp-rss.php
29. Jonathan Snooks Blog : http://snook.ca/jonathan/index.rdf
30. TechCrunch : http://feeds.feedburner.com/Techcrunch
31. Technorati Javascript Links : http://feeds.technorati.com/search/Javascript
32. Technorati PHP Links: http://feeds.technorati.com/search/PHP
33. Veerle’s Blog : http://feeds.feedburner.com/veerlesblog
34. Web2List : http://feeds.feedburner.com/Web2list
35. Zen Habits : http://feeds.feedburner.com/zenhabits
36. Del.icio.us PHP Tags : http://del.icio.us/rss/tag/php
37. PHPExperts Forum : http://rss.groups.yahoo.com/group/phpexperts/rss
38. 456 Berea Street : http://www.456bereastreet.com/feed.xml
39. Particle Tree : http://feeds.feedburner.com/particletree
40. Simple Bits : http://simplebits.com/xml/rss.xml

WordPress4SQLite – alpha one

The project finally see some light. It comes to a prematured state where it is working smoothely, but with lack of some features. I have to go thru every piece of code where SQL statements are present and I make them SQLite compatible. The project is not finished, Category and Image upload is not working properly but I will complete them next week. I have been suddenly bz in another official project which I have to complete within next 5 days, so I may not be able to contribute before next week. But I am extremely confident that I can solve those problems.

You can download this prematured version of WordPress4SQLite from the following link and just after modifying the config file as usually, you can proceed.

Please note that error reporting has been turned off just to save you from some annoyances :D. If want to turn error reporting on, open wp-includes/wp-db.php and remove the error_reporting() function.

There is a sample config.php file present already. You can modify it to kickstart using WordPress4SQLite. Please use absolute path for database file.

Download From Here : WordPress4SQLite

You can see a running version of WordPress4SQLite here

Using Firefox 2.0 – “Bon Echo”

Well, from one of my favorite blog “Cow at NeonDragon” I came to know about this new release of mozilla firefox. It’s surprising that mozilla is releasing new versions of their firefox in a new name “Bon Echo”. The name is not appealing as its previous sibling. After reading his post I decide to download the current version of Bon Echo,which is still in alpha phase, and test it. I found it is much more user friendly than its siblings. There are also some cool features.

1. In every text area where you can write, you can check spelling by using built-in spell checker. Just right click over the word marked as red and choose the suggestion.

2. Feed reader is rendering feeds in a more elegant way. Just click on any valid RSS link and see the result.

3. Each tab has its own close button which makes it much more user friendly that the previous one

4. It doesn’t consume memory like FF 1.5 – I though Mozilla debug the memory leak.

It is currently in alpha version and long way to run for the final release – But it’s really awesome and worth testing.