I have created an ASP that runs on Microsoft IIS Web Server (comes with win2k) that filters the movie showtimes from Yahoo! and displays them in HTML that is much better suited for the Epods. This example can be used to 'filter' other web pages to look better on the Epods. Of course, this method of changing existing web content is prone to problems if the source content (i.e. Yahoo movie showtimes) changes its HTML format.
You can see an example at the following URL, where the z parameter is the zip code to search for theaters.
The original Yahoo movie listings for this same zipcode is at
Here is the source of the ASP:
The ASP consists of two parts:
1. The HTML template. This is how you want the resulting web page to look like. It contains HTML comment tags that the ASP replaces.
2. The ASP script. The ASP fetches the yahoo movie listings for the given zipcode, and generates HTML pages for each theater in the zipcode. The resulting HTML is created by reading in the HTML template and substituting HTML comment tags like <!--T0Title-->, <!--T0Length-->, <!--T0ShowTimes-->, and replacing them with actual values. After generating the HTML files, the ASP redirects to the first generated page.