Teaching the Internet  to surf itself –  RSS and you. <ul><li>Elizabeth Perry </li></ul>
 
(too much information)
 
(too little time)
 
(too little money)
? ? ?
 
 
 
 
 
What if...?
What if... instead of going out on multiple web searches every day, with some of the searches fruitless, distractions inte...
All the information you needed just  came  to you.
Enter RSS.
? ? ?
http://www.commoncraft.com/rss_plain_english
2 steps: 1) sign up 2) add subscriptions
But I only read a couple of blogs, and I can listen to the news on the way to work.
RSS does even more.   You can also subscribe to: search results, bookmarks, photos, video, sports results, weather,  packa...
tags!
? ? ?
image from Beth Kanter - http://nptag.wikispaces.com/ ways to sort and search
stay on top of it all
RSS puts the internet to work for you.
Ideas? Questions?
handouts!
credits: mailbox - Elizabeth Perry, elizabethperry.com puzzled man - Mark Stroup, markstroup.com money - Tracy O, flickr.c...
thanks!
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Teaching the Internet to Surf Itself - RSS and You

  1. 1. Teaching the Internet to surf itself – RSS and you. <ul><li>Elizabeth Perry </li></ul>
  2. 3. (too much information)
  3. 5. (too little time)
  4. 7. (too little money)
  5. 8. ? ? ?
  6. 14. What if...?
  7. 15. What if... instead of going out on multiple web searches every day, with some of the searches fruitless, distractions intervening, some avenues inevitably forgotten... What if...?
  8. 16. All the information you needed just came to you.
  9. 17. Enter RSS.
  10. 18. ? ? ?
  11. 19. http://www.commoncraft.com/rss_plain_english
  12. 20. 2 steps: 1) sign up 2) add subscriptions
  13. 21. But I only read a couple of blogs, and I can listen to the news on the way to work.
  14. 22. RSS does even more. You can also subscribe to: search results, bookmarks, photos, video, sports results, weather, package tracking, and...
  15. 23. tags!
  16. 24. ? ? ?
  17. 25. image from Beth Kanter - http://nptag.wikispaces.com/ ways to sort and search
  18. 26. stay on top of it all
  19. 27. RSS puts the internet to work for you.
  20. 28. Ideas? Questions?
  21. 29. handouts!
  22. 30. credits: mailbox - Elizabeth Perry, elizabethperry.com puzzled man - Mark Stroup, markstroup.com money - Tracy O, flickr.com clock - MontanaRaven, flickr.com video - “RSS in Plain English,” commoncraft.com/rss_plain_english tagged pen - Beth Kanter, nptag.wikispaces.com lightbulb - Knut, flickr.com (images used under creative commons license, or by permission) for more info: [email_address]
  23. 31. thanks!

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