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    • 1. RSS: Information Delivery Made Really Simple   Jason Puckett, Woodruff Library jason.puckett@emory.edu / IM:JasonPLibrary
    • 2. Really Simple Syndication
      • Sites with regularly updated content: blogs, news…
      • Look for an orange icon on sites with RSS “feeds”
    • 3. How does it work?
      • Set up a free feed reader
      • Your sites deliver updates to you
      • Let’s watch a video
    • 4. Step 1: Set up a feed reader
      • Go to Bloglines.com and click “Sign up”
      • Other readers:
        • Google Reader
        • My Yahoo
        • Netvibes
        • Others…
    • 5. Bloglines.com Click “Sign Up Now” in the center of the page
    • 6. Step 2: Feed your reader
      • Look for the orange icons
      • Add the feed to your reader
      “ Feedbot” by “paperfingers” via flickr.com
    • 7. Subscribing to a feed
      • Copy the URL of the feed you want
      • Go to bloglines.com/myblogs
      • Click “Add” (top left)
      • Paste URL
      • Click “Subscribe”
    • 8. Step 3: Read your feeds!
      • Just go to Bloglines.com/myblogs
    • 9. Organizing feeds
      • Create folders, drag and drop to rearrange
    • 10. RSS AND DATABASES
      • Feed me some research:

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