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Question Answered: RSS feed ?

what does it mean when someone is veiwing RSS feed ?
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Here's an answer I gave to a similar question of Blue's:

"RSS" stands for "Really Simple Syndication," and web feeds provide information quickly to people who have signed up for them. Basically, it takes all the information from a page, glomps it together into a summary, and spits it out to all the people who signed up to receive it.

You have to have a program that receives the feeds, like an instant messenger receives messages. You'd use a feed to get news fast, directly from a webpage, without receiving emails from it.

That way, it's safer to get the news, and doesn't clog up your inbox or whatever. Also, if you want to unsubscribe from the feed, you just delete the one you've selected from the program you use and it goes away, unlike an email signup where it has to be processed by a website.
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Here's an answer I gave to a similar question of Blue's:

"RSS" stands for "Really Simple Syndication," and web feeds provide information quickly to people who have signed up for them. Basically, it takes all the information from a page, glomps it together into a summary, and spits it out to all the people who signed up to receive it.

You have to have a program that receives the feeds, like an instant messenger receives messages. You'd use a feed to get news fast, directly from a webpage, without receiving emails from it.

That way, it's safer to get the news, and doesn't clog up your inbox or whatever. Also, if you want to unsubscribe from the feed, you just delete the one you've selected from the program you use and it goes away, unlike an email signup where it has to be processed by a website.
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View Post Originally Posted by Rainribbon
Here's an answer I gave to a similar question of Blue's:

"RSS" stands for "Really Simple Syndication," and web feeds provide information quickly to people who have signed up for them. Basically, it takes all the information from a page, glomps it together into a summary, and spits it out to all the people who signed up to receive it.

You have to have a program that receives the feeds, like an instant messenger receives messages. You'd use a feed to get news fast, directly from a webpage, without receiving emails from it.

That way, it's safer to get the news, and doesn't clog up your inbox or whatever. Also, if you want to unsubscribe from the feed, you just delete the one you've selected from the program you use and it goes away, unlike an email signup where it has to be processed by a website.
oh cool i never knew that!
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