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Travis Taylor

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RSS Retriever Demo

This feed is being automatically generated from this URL: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TechCrunch/

The shortcode looks like this:

[wp_rss_retriever url="http://feeds.feedburner.com/TechCrunch/" items="10" excerpt="50" read_more="true" new_window="true" thumbnail="150" cache="21600"]

Live Demo:

  • From Remnant To Riches: What The Quest For Premium Inventory Means For The Industry
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     The recent flurry of ad-tech acquisition deals clearly demonstrates that the industry is shifting its focus to developing solutions that support premium inventory. While all the attention has traditionally been around solving for RTB and the programmatic trading of low-value, non-guaranteed inventory, things are changing. Read More ... Read more »
  • Sources: YC Alums Club Together For Crystal Towers, A $100M VC Fund For Promising YC Startups
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     Y Combinator has helped over 800 startups come to market that are today worth a collective $30 billion (and possibly even more very soon). Now it looks like a new VC is emerging out of it that will be dedicated to help the most promising of these grow. TechCrunch has learned... Read more »
  • CrunchWeek: Apple Music, Uber’s Engineering Push, And Shyp’s Challenge To The 1099 Economy
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     Happy Friday, everyone. We’re glad that you are with us today before we take off and drink beer celebrate America. Our own Sarah Buhr took over the hosting slot this week, while Matthew Lynley and myself helped out. We dug into the release of Apple Music, Uber’s decision to absorb a large... Read more »
  • Experiential Commerce Is The Next Billion-Dollar Opportunity For Developers
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     Technology has transformed entire industries over the past decade, from travel and transportation to media and real estate. While commerce has enjoyed some innovation, its transformation is far from over. The next frontier is “Commerce Everywhere,” which blends online and offline experiences to let you make purchases wherever and whenever... Read more »
  • Want Google’s Cardboard VR Headset? OnePlus Is Giving Them Away For Free, If You Pay Shipping
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     Since about 10 seconds after Google launched its do-it-yourself Cardboard virtual reality headset, other companies have been selling pre-made clones — and Google is totally fine with that. The catch: many of the clones cost upwards of $20-30 bucks, and that’s before shipping. Paying that much for what is essentially... Read more »
  • The Incredible 3D Printed Zoetrope
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     Here’s a wonderfully neat project to perhaps spark some creativity as we head into this holiday weekend: the 3D printed Zoetrope. Take the concept of a flipbook — a series of frames displayed quickly to trick your brain into seeing an animation — and make it 3D, swapping out the... Read more »
  • PicoBrew’s Zymatic Beer Making Machine Made A Brewer Out Of A Noob Like Me
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     PicoBrew is a beer-centered startup in Seattle, founded by brothers Bill and Jim Mitchell and Avi Geiger. The machine at the heart of their operation is The Zymatic—an apparatus that simplifies beer-making by reducing the need to monitor the cooking process of creating Wort (unfermented beer). Did their device turn a... Read more »
  • Is this BlackBerry’s First Android Phone?
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     For the past month or so, the general thinking around the rumor mill has been that BlackBerry is working on an Android phone. If you can’t beat’em, join’em, right? Now we’ve got a rough idea of what their first Android handset might look like. Posted by the endlessly resourceful Evan... Read more »
  • This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: Lexus Hoverboard, Anki, And Bowling Central
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     Happy Friday of a long weekend, everyone! To celebrate America’s Independence Day, we’ve chosen some extra fun topics for this week’s episode of the TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast. Lexus teased out a new hoverboard this week, because the world clearly isn’t weird enough yet. Anki is preparing to ship its second-generation... Read more »
  • Greek Crisis Underscores Value Of Cloud In Startup Ecosystem
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     There was a ton of fallout as the Greek economic crisis worsened this week week and the country struggled to come up with answers to its growing predicament. As Alexia Tsotsis explained  in an article on TechCrunch earlier this week: This week, the Syriza government failed in negotiations to receive a... Read more »

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Plugin Reviews: (RSS Feed)

  • Bill Statler on "Simple, easy, nearly perfect"

    I replaced an antique no-longer-working plugin with this one today. Very simple, easy to use, and it works. Thank you!
    For a future version, it would be great if there were an easy way to get the thumbnail in a non-square div, so that (for example) YouTube's 480x360 thumbnail could be resized but not have a big gap beneath it. I'm going to try the css suggestions made by Travis on the support page, but css hacking is not my strong point. Something like "thumbheight=" and "thumbwidth=" would be a nifty addition.

  • WP_zombie on "AWESOME!!"

    I've searched for 2 days for a RSS content feeder. After trying 4 different ones, I found the PERFECT one for me! Thank you so much!

  • lauren 1 on "Does the job!"

    Thank you for the image thumbnail fetching too!

  • Shinma on "So simple, and it works..."

    I'd been fighting with four different RSS plugins to get one that actually pulled and rendered the HTML in my feeds correctly. I was just about to go beg for help on the forums when I decided to try just one more plugin.

    This simple little plugin pulled in my HTML just fine and it gets called in as a shortcode instead of a widget...?

    Awesome. (b^_^)b

  • Gene on "works great!"

    Tested the plugin on a site and it works as advertised, thanks!

  • MMM1772 on "Easy to use"

    I was looking for a way to show my blog and podcast links on my WordPress site and this does the trick.

    I love the ability to just show an excerpt, which I use to bring traffic to my blog.

  • mtbroomell on "Does what it says"

    Works great for me, easy to setup

  • rhoffman2193 on "Extremely Convenient"

    Easy to use and useful. It's very convenient for numerous RSS feeds.

  • george6981 on "Very Useful"

    Very easy to set up and use. Great for multiple RSS feeds.

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