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Old 09-01-2012, 03:34 AM   #7
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I have a Google Chrome browser extension for National Geographic Magazine (link Barry Welch autor), mobile version.

Is it possible to make a recipe based on this extension? At least use the feed. I think that this feed contains more content than the previous recipes.

That extension is a fraud. It's nothing more than a frame linking to the NatGeo mobile site with ads bolted on. Bookmark > Extension.

As for content, the 2 existing recipes are far superior. The NatGeo mobile site only has a small subset of articles from the main news feed. The recipe named "National Geographic" uses the full news feed (shorter articles, more frequent new content) and "National Geographic Mag" uses the magazine feed (longer articles, less frequent new content).
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