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Get yer red hot!...Get it while it's hot!...Step right up-don't be shy! (You there sonny-whats your name?). Sorry, I just couldn't resist that one...(I feel a trap door opening under my feet right about now...).
 

thomas

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Brian from newsonjapan.com offers that service, I pull his headlines via CGI/SSI. There are a lot of similar services (ABC News, BBC etc.).

Moreover allows webmasters to parse categorized news via JS.
 
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ahhh, I thought you went with slash or something more advanced.

wonder if a similar service is available in japanese?
 

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Originally posted by moyashi
ahhh, I thought you went with slash or something more advanced.
The technical talent that I am??
:D

I'll see if I can find similar services in Japanese.
 

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I searched Goo and Excite Japan, guess I will have to wait until Nahoko returns home.
:blush:

Btw, I am looking for a script called imode.php, allowing you to display web content in imode format. Have you ever stumbled across such a thing?
 
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this place has japanese scripts like cgi-resource and hotscripts.

I've looked around previously for many different things and kept always returnng to an English based script and translating them.

I'll keep my eyes open though
 

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Great page, thanks, reminds me of cgi-resources.com.

I've looked around previously for many different things and kept always returnng to an English based script and translating them.
That's an awful lot of work. I know you've had your share in translating scripts, hehe. Perhaps a nice market niche...
 
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ahhh, I thought you went with slash or something more advanced.i wonder if a similar service is available in japanese?
 
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