Author Archives: Keyvan

Clean up HTML on paste in CKEditor

We use CKEditor at for our PastePad service. The idea is to allow users to paste content that’s not currently publically available on the web for processing with one of our web tools. This can be content that’s in a Word document, an email, or behind a paywall. CKEditor can automatically clean up HTML […]

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Push to Kindle e-mail service

Push to Kindle,’s web service for sending web articles to your Kindle, can now also be used by e-mail. The email service is aimed at iPad and iPhone users. Here’s a video showing you how to use it on your iPad or iPhone: Step by step On your device, load an article you’d like […]

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Push to Kindle supports sending to Duokan

Our Push to Kindle service has been updated to enable delivery to addresses — a system similar to Amazon’s personal documents service but designed to work with the Duokan software. Note: Sending to addresses has been enabled on our web app. The Android app has not yet been updated. Thanks to Daniel ?o?opa […]

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Full-Text RSS 3.0

Full-Text RSS 3.0 is now available. What is it? Full-Text RSS is a free software PHP application to help you extract content from web pages. It can extract content from a standard HTML page and return a 1-item feed or it can transform an existing feed into a full-text feed. It’s used primarily by news […]

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Push to Kindle: some stats

Our Push to Kindle service has become quite popular since we launched. Over 25,000 people currently use our Chrome extension, 7,000 use the Firefox extension and over 2,000 have installed our Android app. I recently decided to check how much of the content processed by our Push to Kindle service comes from corporate news sources. […]

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