The Case for RSS — MacSparky


44 bookmarks. First posted by davegullett 13 days ago.


For several years now, the trend among geeks has been to abandon the RSS format. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a way to queue up and serve content from the internet. The MacSparky RSS, for example, gives RSS applications a list of all the articles I post here since you last checked int. via Pocket
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9 days ago by driptray
Great article about the benefits of RSS over social media.
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9 days ago by langster
For several years now, the trend among geeks has been to abandon the RSS format. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a way to queue up and serve content from the internet. The MacSparky RSS, for example, gives RSS applications a list of all the articles I post here since you last checked int. It is a great way to read blogs and the backbone of podcast distribution. As social networks took off, a lot of my friends that were previously big RSS fans gave up on the technology and instead relied upon sources like Twitter and Facebook to get their news.
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9 days ago by rgl7194
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10 days ago by habi
For several years now, the trend among geeks has been to abandon the RSS format. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a way to queue up and serve content from…
10 days ago by philjr
“The trick to using RSS is to be brutal with your subscriptions. I think the key is looking for websites with high signal and low noise. ”
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11 days ago by leereamsnyder
Very nice article by David Sparks about some of the benefits of using feeds over Twitter/Facebook for news:
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11 days ago by h10n
For several years now, the trend among geeks has been to abandon the RSS format. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a way to queue up and serve content from…
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11 days ago by supinum
via Pocket - The Case for RSS - Added November 10, 2017 at 05:46PM
11 days ago by steinmanal
For several years now, the trend among geeks has been to abandon the RSS format. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a way to queue up and serve content from…
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11 days ago by flobosg
RT : "The Case For RSS": RSS needs a comeback. Twitter is basically a glorified realtime RSS reader.
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12 days ago by burritojustice
"The Case For RSS": RSS needs a comeback. Twitter is basically a glorified realtime RSS reader.
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12 days ago by rafguns
"The Case For RSS": RSS needs a comeback. Twitter is basically a glorified realtime RSS reader.
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12 days ago by nikete
"The Case For RSS": RSS needs a comeback. Twitter is basically a glorified realtime RSS reader.
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12 days ago by jks
via Pocket - The Case for RSS - Added November 11, 2017 at 10:04AM
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12 days ago by kutsal
For several years now, the trend among geeks has been to abandon the RSS format. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a way to queue up and serve content from…
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12 days ago by streicher
I've **always** been a big user of RSS. Nearly all of the content I discover on the web every week come from RSS. I like that Sparks is highlighting his use and advocating for it. I've been thinking that we need to make these tools more visible for people.
13 days ago by thingles
The Case for RSS
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13 days ago by wakemp
For several years now, the trend among geeks has been to abandon the RSS format. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a way to queue up and serve content from…
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13 days ago by davegullett