emacspeak-webspace has a few new goodies
If you activate WebSpace Headlines to obtain a
continuously updating ticker of headlines, you may also at times
want to find one of the headlines you heard go by and
read the relevant article.
emacspeak-webspace-headlines-view bound by
C-RET pops up a special
Headlines buffer that lists all the currently available
headlines. This is a regular Emacs buffer that uses a special
major mode called emacspeak-webspace-mode. This mode
provides special commands to open a feed at point, follow
hyperlinks etc.; use Emacs' online help facilities to learn how
this buffer works.
Mode emacspeak-webspace-mode is also used to
advantage in browsing information retrieved via the Google AJAX
APIs described in the previous set of articles on this blog.
Google Reader subscribers can now view the subscription list in a
Webspace buffer via command
Additionally, command emacspeak-webspace-google provides
a more convenient interface to command
gweb-google-at-point --- in addition to speaking the
snippet from the first search hit, this command places the first
four results in a special Search Results buffer
that is put in Webspace mode.