Removed RSS Subscriptions

After 13K+ unread items in 2 weeks, i was finally sick of all the crap that the following sites are throwing at my brain that i finally got rid of these:


2. AllThingsD
3. BGR
4. Wired Top Stories
5. The Next Web
6. Neowin Back Page News
8. Gizmodo
9. @PSFK
10. Edudemic
11. Gadget Tech


All subs have the same Delivery Q. Hence all subs will get all the msg. and the the subs id is pulled from the msg and published to the 2nd Q with that ID that’s the user’s id.

FileSystem API HTML5

FileSystem API  is a HTML 5 feature allowing for storing data in the file system,

The use case i have is to share data of my site between IE and Chrome (where site is opened). I need this so that alerts can be shared between browsers and hence if user does something in one place it is immediately reflected in the other instance (open in the other browser).

For this i plan to use the FileSystem API…

This use case is not a part of:

It is supported only in IE 10+


Ok so basically this is only for creating and playing with files on the cloud/ app server that hosts the site and NOT THE LOCAL FILE SYSTEM, which is what i need.

To check this, go to and in the demo. create some files and in chrome inspector, see that the files are created at:


As for my need

For security reasons you can’t write files to a user’s local filesystem in case it gets used for nefarious purposes by evil people.
That’s not likely to change, and that’s a good thing.
All Hell Breaks here:
With the FileSystem API, a web app can create, read, navigate, and write to a sandboxed section of the user’s local file system.

Note that the above url is creating a PERSISTENT storage but what got me frustrated was window.TEMPORARY hence that”s y maybe i wasn’t seeing anything.

so do try this :
as it would be different..hoopefully
FInally i am exhausted and just want to say that i saw some crap here: C:\Users\khematar\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\File System

but it wasn’t the dir etc that i had created…

indexed db in HTML 5

HTML5 Local Storage Use Case