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  1. 1. Introduction RSS ● If you're addicted to the constant flow of data that we know as the Internet, y ou're not going to be able to manage it without some help. ● One way to keep track of it all has gro wn very popular since its introduction in 1997: RSS.
  2. 2. What are Feeds ? ● These sources are called feeds. ● When you subscribe, you'll get a feed - - often a series of headlines and brief summaries -- of all the articles publis hed on that particular Web page. ● This lets you scan the articles on the page more efficiently.
  3. 3. Web-browsing Software That Include RSS. ● Firefox and Opera display the now-commo n square orange badge for a Web feed in the browser's address bar when they fin d RSS feeds on a site. ● You'll see a similar symbol in Internet Explorer's toolbar. ● Safari shows a blue rectangle with "RSS " written in white letters.
  4. 4. Attention of RSS ● Click on one, though, and you'll get a list of options which may seem a little intimidating if you don't know what the y mean. ● Some sites have multiple feeds for the same page with different versions of RS S or a competing standard, Atom.
  5. 5. Attention of RSS ● Once you learn how to use news feeds, y ou'll save time by scanning headlines f rom your favorite sites. ● On the next page, we'll take a look at how the format got its start and what i t was designed to do. Before long, you' ll have all the information you could e ver read.
  6. 6. Summary ● I understood about RSS works and web-br owsing software that include RSS. ● It was hard to give presentation in Eng lish, but I think that made good presen tation than last week.