If you’re looking for a free RSS news feed, you can get it from NewsFactor. They have free articles you can post to your website as long as you link back to them.
So, is RSS a time-suck, or a time-saver?
I encountered a problem a week or so ago with CommentLuv.
Whenever I’d go to comment on another site, CommentLuv would say there’s a feed error, and it wouldn’t let display my last blog post in the comment.
I thought it would go away just by fixing the feed, but it didn’t. Here’s how I finally fixed it.
I found out about a new social media organization service called Cadmus the other day.
If you’re active in social networking like Twitter, you probably get a lot of updates in your incoming streams.
Cadmus organizes these streams and prevents you from having to wade through duplicates.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It’s a handy way to get updates from the websites you want to keep apprised of. Normally, to find out if a website you like has updated their content, you would have to remember to visit it every day. That’s a problem because some sites may update their content [...]
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