Here are some benefits of using RSS: Choose your news With RSS you can choose to view the news you want, the news that interest you and are relevant to your work.
Remove unwanted information With RSS you can (finally) separate wanted information from unwanted information (spam)!
You can import all Tumblr posts, or only those posts with a specified tag, or specify certain categories (photo, link, quotation, etc.) to display.
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The idea behind RDF was to help create a Semantic Web.
However, this does not matter too much for ordinary users, but by using web standards it will be easier for persons and applications to exchange data. With RSS, you register your content with companies called aggregators. Each day the aggregator searches the registered websites for RSS documents, verifies the link, and displays information about the feed so clients can link to documents that interests them. Submit your RSS feed to the RSS Feed Directories (you can Google or Yahoo for "RSS Feed Directories"). The URL to your feed is not your home page, it is the URL to your feed, like "https://
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Uncheck the box “Enable monthly check for updates”. To disable/enable automatic updating, locate the following registry key: 64-bit Windows: By now you’re probably realizing that you just can’t get enough of this System Update stuff!
If you want to learn more about what each of these values mean, refer to the official System Update Deployment Guide.
Specifically, it enables online articles (in the form of a title and body) to be pushed out to anyone subscribed to the feed.
A client program, such as Google Reader, Outlook or RSSOwl, is required to sign up to and view RSS feeds, though RSS functionality is also built into most modern browsers.