This is finally a website Heise can be proud of. Heise Online optimized for mobile devices:
The document located at http://heise-online.mobi/ was checked and found to be valid XHTML 1.0 Strict. This means that the resource in question identified itself as "XHTML 1.0 Strict" and that we successfully performed a formal validation using an SGML or XML Parser (depending on the markup language used).
Wow - great!! I always had problems with the normal website when I used my E61. But now, with the new URL, it just looks great. Thank you :-)
na endlich, jetzt kann auch die letzte Seite aus der durchaus praktischen vowe-OTA Seite weichen :)
The .mobi site is great actually - the missing link for me is now that it doesn't provide a rss feed. I use google reader's mobile version on my phone to read heise news, but there seems to be no straigtforward way to subscribe to the .mobi site..
If you have your own website, you could write a small script to transcode the original RSS feed. This is the original link from the feed:
The mobi site will find stuff under this url:
So you need to remove everything in front of the number and replace it with a different URL.
Sounds like a task for Yahoo! Pipes.
That was an easy one.
Now there only needs to be an adblocker for mobile safari :-)
yeah I know. blocking ads is bad for the content provider. not blocking them is bad for my data plan volume.
@Sascha: Actually, it's not too bad for the content provider if you block the ads. What's worse for the content provider - assuming his revenues are ad-driven - is when you start blocking the counter pixels used to calculate the numbers of page impressions and visitors. Because ultimately, prices for the ads are determined by those numbers. So in aa nutshell: the more page impressions and (unique) visitors you have, the more you can charge for ads. If your sales department isn't completely brain-dead, they'll know how much ads they're able to really deliver to those users whithout ad blockers. And they'd be happy to be able to charge more for those while they actually don't really care about the odd guy with ad blockers ;)
Thank you for the pipe Volker. Now I can continue reading Heise News Headlines without scrolling to dead and to overdue my small data plan.
You have to thank Steffen.
Also thanking Steffen for the pipe and Volker for the hints :-) will save me quite a bit of data traffic also.
Ja, die Seite ist wirklich gut gemacht. Wird perfekt auf meinem iPhone dargestellt.
Warum nicht gleich das Original von Heise verwenden ;-)
heise news RSS-feed
Hihi. Das war wohl zu einfach. Jetzt habe ich das auch unter weitere Angebote gefunden.
BTW: von vowe.net gibt es (immer) noch keinen "full feed" (mit kompletten einträgen anstatt der teilweise gekürzten "more"-varianten der hauptseite, oder habe ich was verpasst?
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