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Never done this myself, but I just found this site. Looks promising! http://www.blurb.com/create/book/blogbook Good luck!
You can join the Google partner program and sign up as an author. That should give you the privilege to publish your own work. More details here.
As long as your content is publicly available on the internet it is theoritically eligible to be included in reader play. According to the documentation the criteria for making it into reader play is whether your content is being shared, reposted, linked to by others. It uses the same principles that the recommended items feeds use to get content. From ...
Setting the refresh rate to a custom time interval does not seem to be supported at this time. You could check the Google Docs Product Ideas to see if anyone has suggested this feature. If no one has suggested it, you should just submit it as an feature idea.
Try Anthologize. It's for Wordpress too. :) According to ReadWriteWeb: Anthologize enables anyone working with WordPress to easily publish their content in a variety of book formats, including PDF, ePUB, and TEI, an open XML format. Anthologize can handle WordPress blog content as well as feeds from other sources, allowing these items to ...
I did this for my brother's blog by laboriously cutting-and-pasting text and saving images and re-typesetting everything in LaTeX, and then getting it printed through Lulu. Took ages, but the result is a thousand-page tome that looks great. I've long planned to write a WordPress plugin that would do the bulk of the work (there would still need to be some ...
You can use LaTeX or DocBook and copy&paste or a database dump to set up the book.
My gut instinct is to look for ways to run a remote "watch" against the published site. If you were using axshare, this might require a 3rd-party service like the ones listed here: http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/detect-website-change-notification/ But if you were publishing locally, or on your own demo server then you might get some leverage out of ...
Sharing a Google file with anyone on the web will show the file in the Google Docs app, meaning that users will see the Google Docs toolbar and could see changes in realtime. Using Publish to the web creates a version out of the Google Docs app, users will not see the Google Docs toolbar, they will not see changes in real time, meaning that they should ...
This question was almost already answered here. To export the document as a PDF, the correct URL is https://docs.google.com/uc?export=pdf&id=YourIndividualID
I found a similar but easier way than the one described above. in blogspot.com there is an option that let's you download your blog either as a word document or as a pdf, once you select this option and save the file, you have a very good formated document with all the articles in your blog. But still if you want to modify it, like for example adding an ...
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