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RSS (Rich Site Summary; often referred to as Really Simple Syndication) is a feed that you can consolidate all these things with.
By setting up an RSS (Rich Site Summary, a.k.a. Really Simple Syndication) feed, you can be notified when new information is posted to blogs, websites are updated or news, audio and video from certain sources are posted.
... Swartz yang mengenyam pendidikan formal di sebuah sekolah swasta menjadi bagian dari tim yang menciptakan spesifikasi RSS (rich site summary/Really Simple Syndication), yang hingga kini digunakan secara luas untuk berlangganan konten di internet.
... Swartz yang mengenyam pendidikan formal di sebuah sekolah swasta menjadi bagian dari tim yang menciptakan spesifikasi RSS (rich site summary/Really Simple Syndication), yang hingga kini digunakan secara luas untuk berlangganan konten di internet.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, or Rich Site Summary and is a format of xml used for content syndication and distribution.
RSS stands for "rich site summary" but is also sometimes just "Really Simple Syndication." Don't be intimidated - you don't have to be super techy to use it.
What is RSS? For those who are new to RSS, here's a quick overview. RSS stands for rich site summary (or Really Simple Syndication). It enables sites to publish frequently updated information in a format that is easy to consume (by both apps and humans).
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary. These feeds publish updates made, or new content uploaded, to websites.
RSS, also known as Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication is an open format developed at netscape and incorporating many elements of a competing format developed by iconoclast Dave Winer in 1999.


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An experimental convertor that takes a Google News search and turns it into RSS

I posted a similar, but much smaller list earlier - this new one is much more comprehensive, and I hope it will keep on growing. It is suprising to see how many different, yet similar looking Windows feed readers exist - has become writing a .NET feed reader the modern hello world application?



grab the code for a link to this newsfeed:

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