reads an OPML-file containing your feed supscriptions, extracts a customizable number of items from it randomly, and displays them. OPML-files can be exported from nearly every modern feed reader. For performance purposes, the result is cached and only updated after a user defined time.
has written a detailed tutorial on how to create a functional “Links” page on your WordPress powered blog. With this, you can have a page with links to all the blogs you read on a daily basis. A seperate page may be much better if you have way too many links, and you don’t want to clutter the main page of your blog with that long a list.
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