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How does RSS work?
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a standard for formatting text. This standard won't usually be visible, but the advantage is that a lot of computerprograms (RSS readers) and online applications are able to read this standard. As soon as there's a new article on, for example, MINDZ.com, you immidiately get a notification and you will be able to read the message. RSS is ideal for exchanging contect efficiently. If you are subscribed on multiple RSS-feeds, you can view all the messages, important to you, on one screen.
What's a RSS-feed?
A textfile in RSS format that gets refreshed often is called a RSS-feed. This feed is read by a so called RSS reader or online application, and shows you the new messages immidiately.
What do I need for RSS?
On of the most common used application to read RSS-feeds are RSS-readers. The readers come in different flavors and for each operating system. They gather all the content and show an overview. ( Examples are
) You also have a lot of different online readers which are also very usefull. ( For example:
The RSS feeds of MINDZ.com
MINDZ.com offers various feeds. Thus, for example, you can subscribe to weblogs which share your interest and you want to keep in touch with. To find an RSS feed link click on the RSS icon (
) at the item of your interest. A new page will appear with all the items of the feed. If you copy the url from your browser and paste it to your RSS-reader, you can keep track of these feeds without opening the MINDZ.com site. Collect RSS feeds and keep in touch with your chosen weblogs, persons, events and more!
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