I haven't tried it myself ... but what about
On 16 February 2012 12:27, <ollie at eillo.org> wrote:
>> It'll definitely be something like that - I want the stuff waiting in my
>> So maybe calibre if it does what I want or as some people suggested wget.
>> Pulled off the web:
>> wget -q -O- "http://www.rss-specifications.com/rss-podcast.xml" | grep -o
> '<enclosure url="[^"]*' | grep -o '[^"]*$' | xargs wget -c
>> Haven’t tested the above but it would be a good starting point.
>> - Oliver
>>>> On Thu, 16 Feb 2012 12:12:21 +0000, Simon Whittaker wrote:
>>>>>> Is there any relatively easy way collect this stuff from popular sites
>>> and dump it in a file, in a format that allows easy reading at a later
>>>>>> I'm not sure if it's exactly what you're after but have you looked at
>> Calibre? It has a great feature to download items from specific
>> sources(you can also add your own) which can then be emailed to you on
>> a regular basis. It will convert into lots of different formats such
>> as epub/pdf. I then email these off to my kindle but could
>> theoretically be any address. Therefore, if you're only able to get
>> internet access once in a while you could have a lot of them waiting
>> for you.
>>>> Hope that helps
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