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Any way to omit the Wall Street Journal from News/Weather app?

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by PolyOlefin, Apr 17, 2010.

  1. PolyOlefin
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    I refuse to buy a subscription, so I don't want to see the WSJ referenced in this app at all. Any way to remedy the problem?

    Rupert Murdoch can go to hell.
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    But how are you keeping track of your investments and the market news?
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    All news in the new and weather widget is free mister negative...
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    One thing you could do is not use that widget and use something like FeedR.
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    No, the WSJ articles are behind a pay wall. All you get is a headline and some teaser paragraphs.

    And actually, I did buy Feedr, but I like the News/Weather widget for glancing at the top stories without going through the NY Times feed... then the NPR feed... then the BBC News feed... et cetera.

    But you're right. I guess the solution is that there is no solution.
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    Feedr does have a widget, but it will only do one feed, unfortunately.
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