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Old 02-07-2006, 10:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all.

I travel frequently for work and was wondering if there is a feature that will allow me to cache a set of sites (weather, nytimes (all front page articles), cnn, stocks) when I have a connection, so that when I get on a plane, I can read through "what I've been missing"

Does anyone know of RSS feed applications that allow for this (cache the entire article without pictures and extra stuff.... just the text?)

What about this "website pushing" that I've read about. I can't seem to find directions for how to input websites I was pushed... and I'm not sure I have access to the server, etc...

I work on an enterprise on BES BB.

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I've since found piconews, good RSS program, doesn't cache full article. HELP?
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Piconews is from far the best "RSS reader" for Blackberry platform...!
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Ok, then what is the best?
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