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- What are Feeds? What is RSS? (Video Tutorial Here)
- Why You Should Subscribe
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This video does a good job describing how RSS feeds work.
Below is similar information, in text
In the real world we subscribe to our interests by paying for magazine subscriptions or Cable TV
Online vs Offline
To keep up with all the new articles every day you could visit your 20 favourite websites one by one.
Or to be efficient you could subscribe to RSS feeds from all those websites and access them all from one place. Feeds allow you to subscribe to information you find relevant and useful, and be notified when your favourite websites are updated.
Instead of needing to visit all your favourite websites every day, you just go to a RSS Feed Reader like Google Reader or Bloglines and read all your collected subscriptions in 1 place. If you read a lot of websites, using RSS subscriptions to keep track of their latest articles can save you lots of time
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