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RSS & How to Use It (part 1)


Have you ever read an article, intended to explain RSS in simple terms that, begins well, but soon descends into confusing jargon or information overload?

If so, take heart, I was in the same place a few months ago.

Often the best way to understand something, is to use it. RSS is no exception.

So rather than try and create a definitive explanation of RSS, this article will tell you how to use it. I guarantee once you've done so, everything will that much clearer.

If a website you visit utilizes RSS, there are a number of ways it will communicate this.

The most common way is to show a little orange button with the letters XML.

Alternatively, you may see words such as "ATOM", "RSS", "Site Feed" or variations on these.

What they have in common is that they will link to a webpage that, in most browsers, looks like gibberish.

It doesn't matter one way or another, what is important is the address of the web page they link to.

To demonstrate, I will relate how to read a site feed for my website, The Nettle Blog. Don't confuse RSS with blogs (web logs). They are two separate concepts. The only reason you see them together so often, is that blogs are the perfect website to take advantage of site feeds. More on that later. Here we go?

Click on this link to go the site feed for The Nettle Blog. Ignore the content in the window, just make a note of the URL in the web address bar. It should read: http://feeds.feedburner.com/thenettle

Now you've got the web address for the site feed, keep it safe somewhere. You'll need it again in a moment.

The next step is to use an RSS reader to make sense of the site feed. There are lots of these available and if you are a heavy user you would probably want to purchase a nice piece of software.

But to begin with, start with something simple and free. Start with Bloglines.

Go to www.bloglines.com/register/ and create a new account.

From the "My Feeds" section of your account you can add new site feeds you want to keep track of.

Select "ADD", enter the URL you copied and hit "Subscribe". You can preview the results, but skip that stage for now. Select "Subscribe" again and the title of the site feed will be transferred to the left-hand window.

Well done. You have now subscribed to your first RSS feed.

To read it just click on the title and you can view all the messages in that feed within a selected time period. The feed will most likely record news related to the website the feed belongs to.

In this instance, the site feed to The Nettle Blog records each new entry to my blog. If you find something of interest, most entries have a clickable link you can follow.

Anytime you find a website you like with a site feed, make a note of the URL for that site feed and add it to your Bloglines folder.

Now comes the clever bit.

In the left-hand column of your account is an "Extras" list. Select Download Notifier and choose the correct file to download the Bloglines Notifier This file is only 100k so any half-decent connection should complete the download in just a few seconds.

If the download is successful, you should see a small, blue icon with the letter "B". Double-clicking it will short-cut you to Bloglines.

Right-click on the icon and you can adjust the settings. Specify how often you want Bloglines to check messages for you.

When Bloglines checks your site feeds and finds that one or more have been updated, a little chime will play and the Bloglines icon will show a little red marker. This means one of the feeds you have subscribed to has something new to say.

So there you have it. A spam-free, hassle-free way to keep track of websites you have an interest in. Providing of course, that they have a site feed. If they don't, ask them why not.

Part two of this article will show webmaster and ezine publishers how they can easily publish a site feed for their website and track the visitors, free of charge.

David Congreave is owner of The Nettle Ezine, the newsletter for the home business -- online.

David lives in Leeds, in the United Kingdom with his wife Leanne.


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The growing clamour for a law to build the Ram temple in Ayodhya is reminiscent of Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr's 1849 satirical aphorism: “The more things ...


Pietro Polsinelli's Blog - Direction Tools For Your Game's Dialogues - Gamasutra
Pietro Polsinelli's Blog - Direction Tools For Your Game's Dialogues  Gamasutra

We present some concepts with which one can enrich the available toolset when writing and designing in-game dialogues, mostly inspired by comic design.


John Nelson Rose's Blog - The Order/Chaos Spectrum - Gamasutra
John Nelson Rose's Blog - The Order/Chaos Spectrum  Gamasutra

Many, many video games can be seen as the interplay between order and chaos. Some games are all about creating order from a chaotic play field, while others ...


Kalaignar's other side- when he supported a Hindi-wala, Uttarakhand MP - Times of India
Kalaignar's other side- when he supported a Hindi-wala, Uttarakhand MP  Times of India

Journey to Chennai was so sad and with a heavy heart today, when I boarded the early morning flight to pay homage to Kalaignar, Ayya, Thalaivar. Roads to ...


Victoria Tran's Blog - Boyfriend Dungeon's Kickstarter: Week 1 Social Stats - Gamasutra
Victoria Tran's Blog - Boyfriend Dungeon's Kickstarter: Week 1 Social Stats  Gamasutra

A dive into the social numbers behind Boyfriend Dungeon's Kickstarter, which reached it's goal of $50k USD in just over 6 hours.


Josh Bycer's Blog - The Problems of Mobile Strategy Game Design - Gamasutra
Josh Bycer's Blog - The Problems of Mobile Strategy Game Design  Gamasutra

Command and Conquer Rivals is the latest in the strategy genre to show up on mobile, but it also represents the biggest problem with trying to simplif.


In Memoriam: The Tech That Died in 2018 - PCMag
In Memoriam: The Tech That Died in 2018  PCMag

Not every idea is a winner. And not every winning idea will last forever. From Google+ to Tumblr por.


ISABELLE HIERHOLTZ's Blog - AR/VR investment stabilized in Q4 2018 - Gamasutra
ISABELLE HIERHOLTZ's Blog - AR/VR investment stabilized in Q4 2018  Gamasutra

Digi-Capital tracked AR/VR/computer vision startups raising over $6 billion in 2018. A deal volume decline in the first 3 quarters stabilized in Q4 an.


Gardaí investigating threats made against woman wrongly accused of running Bloggers Unveiled - DailyEdge.ie
Gardaí investigating threats made against woman wrongly accused of running Bloggers Unveiled  DailyEdge.ie

The 29-year-old woman accused of running BU has been taking medication to cope with the stress.


Rolling a Ball: Harder Than You Thought (part 2) - Gamasutra
Rolling a Ball: Harder Than You Thought (part 2)  Gamasutra

When creating the game Rollossus, I ran into more trouble than I thought trying to reach satisfying ball movement. This three-part blog series walks p.


Link Outreach Emails: The Right and Wrong Approach - Business 2 Community
Link Outreach Emails: The Right and Wrong Approach  Business 2 Community

If you create *content* on any level, there's a good chance that you've received an email from someone asking for you to add one of their links to your site. This is a ...


Ryan Sumo's Blog - Squeaky Wheel's Productivity Tools - Gamasutra
Ryan Sumo's Blog - Squeaky Wheel's Productivity Tools  Gamasutra

I talk about some of the productivity tools like Flock, Hacknplan, and Airtable that we use to make making games easier.


Promote Your Blog On The Web Using These 30 Tips - Small Business Trends
Promote Your Blog On The Web Using These 30 Tips  Small Business Trends

Are you looking for ways to promote your blog for more traffic and better rankings? Here is a list of over 30 on and offline ways to do that.


Patric Fallon's Blog - Why Aquamarine's design needed 17 months to evolve - Gamasutra
Patric Fallon's Blog - Why Aquamarine's design needed 17 months to evolve  Gamasutra

Aquamarine, my upcoming point-and-click exploration game, began as something completely unlike what it is today. Without my 17-month process of experi.


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