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     What is RSS What is RSS Presentation Transcript

    • What is RSS… …and how do I use it?
    • RSS Defined
      • RSS stands for Real Simple Syndication
      • Most simply defined it is a format for delivering regularly changing web content.
    • What does that mean?
      • RSS in Plain English
      • In the past you visited a website to see if content had been updated. With RSS you can have new content come to you.
    • How do I use RSS?
      • You need a feed reader or feed
      • aggregator . These can either be
      • “ client based” (installed on a
      • computer) or web based.
    • How do I use RSS?
        • Lawrence offers a feed reader on
        • all campus computers
        • FeedBurner for PCs
        • NetNewsWire Lite for MACs
    • How do I use RSS?
        • For portability, a web based
        • Reader may make more sense
        • Google Reader
        • Bloglines
        • My Yahoo
    • Finding RSS Feeds
      • The next thing you need to do is to go out and
      • find information you’d like to read. This
      • information can be from blogs, news sites, the
      • library catalog, online databases and lots of
      • other places.
    • How do I find RSS Feeds?
      • Here are some of the ways that feeds are indicated:
    • Now it’s time to play
      • NetNewsWire/Feedburner
      • Google Reader