What they are and how to use them.
You may have seen this icon on your favorite webpages and, unaware of its function, scrolled right past it. But if you take just two minutes to read this post, you will save countless hours (even days) that would be otherwise spent wasting time online.
- The is symbol denotes a link to a websites RSS page.
- An RSS feed, when saved into an RSS reader, sends information to you instead of you searching for the information.
- Here it is explained in plain english:
SORRY, SOME IF THE VIDEO IS CUT OFF ON THE RIGHT SIDE, I’M NOT REALLY SURE HOW TO FIX THIS, yet.
- As a fan of anything google, I highly recommend using google reader. GR can also be linked with your gmail account and blogger account, among other things.
- So for now on, when you sign onto the internet, just check your google reader page instead of the countless other pages you would visit.
So try it out, copy my blogs URL and then go to your google reader homepage, click on add subscription in the upper left hand corner, click save, and now you have your first RSS feed.