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I am looking for a solution to read a blog sequentially (starting from the oldest posts), and to be able to read it even if I am offline. This would include an option to download an entire blog in one shot, and being able to keep it even if it were to go offline for some reason (it is not important whether each post is stored together or separately). Is there something like this someone here could recommend?

Many thanks,


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Actually, if you install Google Gears, or surf with Google Chrome, you can read your rss feeds offline with Google Reader.

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Thanks, but I would like to download the RSS posts in a way that is completely independent from Google software. –  JDelage Dec 19 '09 at 21:05

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