I'd like to include a section on my daily blog post that could capture/aggregate my activity from twitter, github, etc on that day. Ideally this information could be displayed in a visually unobtrusive manner at the bottom of the regular blog post.
I can add this information through an rss reader display (e.g. I'm running a wordpress site, and can use embed-rss plugin to display the latest information from a twitter or github rss), but this does not let me limit the date range to activity from that day; instead always showing the latest activity. So, questions:
- Is there a simple way to embed rss feed filtered to a certain date range on a post?
Does the RSS feed provide a stable list of all the history, or will I need to create static snapshots of this instead?
Can be done through the twitter and github APIs if not through a simple rss feed? Is there any app that already does this?
Other suggestions to approach this kind of thing?
For instance, I can do something similar for my flickr activity using the flickr-gallery plugin's search feature, which gives me a scrollable set of thumbnails of photos matching certain search criteria in which I can set a date range to match that day.