This tool goes through your current Google Search History, grabs all of your recent searches and turns it into an RSS feed. Would work best set up as a nightly/hourly cron job, redirecting to a file.
This tool is written in Perl and uses a few, slick, modules: WWW::Mechanize, XML::LibXML, and XML::RSS. I was influenced by the very nice webscrape tool when building this.
A sample, from my searches, can be found here:
And how it looks in my newsreader (Newsgator):
Bob Aman (April 21, 2005 at 7:18 am)
Dang, that was fast. Nice.
Ozh (May 17, 2005 at 2:00 am)
(Just FYI, when browsing a page like /projects/ or /projects/tags/rss, the post dates are wrong and all the same)
yuval (June 8, 2005 at 10:25 am)
for some reason this doesn’t run for me, even though all the dependencies are met.
I get the following:
[yuvaly@yuvaly develop]$ perl ghistory.pl
There is no form numbered 1 at ghistory.pl line 23
No form defined at ghistory.pl line 23
any idea ?
John Resig (June 8, 2005 at 1:39 pm)
yuval: It’s very possible that Google changed the login process for their web site, I’ll have to look into that again.
Phil Wilson (February 25, 2006 at 3:00 pm)
I imagine it’s much more recent, but have you seen this: http://persistent.info/archives/2006/02/24/search-history-rss – there’s native support, it’s just hidden.
Torrent Man (August 20, 2007 at 11:55 am)
Nice job, but I don’t get the point of turning G. search history to a news feed.
Is this just a power demonstration?
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