You have most likely heard about something called RSS if you’ve used the net recently. If you are something like me I believe that you have wondered what this RSS stuff is about. I’m likely to try and answer that question together with describe a bit about how RSS can be of use.
For the point of this report RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. I started my RSS research by going to wikipedia.org and only looking up the word RSS.
The data in the content I found, (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS_%28file_format%29), is beneficial, but if you’re like me you dont want to learn a huge document to understand what some thing like RSS is all about. You will want simple, brief definition and several example of what RSS might mean in your lifetime.
So, allow me to break the topic down in a way that people could all understand.
I’ve been using RSS for about a year. I found an use for RSS right after I started using Firefox, which is really a visitor alternative for Ie. (If you would like to learn more about Firefox, visit https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/77/. (Note: My next post is going to be about Firefox and extensions therefore dont worry if you dont understand them as of this point.)
You can also use a web-based reader put out by Google here http://www.podfeeder.com. You may also read the CWAHD Podcast Directory at aNovember 2017