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RSS Feed Directory:

We offer the following RSS 2.0 syndication feeds:

Full Posts RSS for full posts with images of everything on the blog -- highly recommended!

Techno Tuesday RSS for our featured weekly comic, Techno Tuesday by Andy Rementer.

Summary RSS for summary of posts, linking back to the site.

Reblog RSS for our reblog feed only.

Reblog RSS for our experimental, unofficial video podcast (not very frequent).

Additionally, you could use the following buttons to automatically subscribe our full feed to your RSS readers of choice:

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RSS Feed Explained:

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. In a nutshell, it is an xml file format for delivering regularly updated content of a website. It is widely used for news and blogs to syndicate information, as the content of these sites are constantly added. Instead of the viewer going to individual websites to retrieve new information on a daily (or weekly) basis, RSS can notify the viewer whether there are new contents and what the headline of those contents are.


Easiest way to use: modern browser supports RSS subscription. This is referred to as Live Bookmark.

  1. In Safari, click the RSS icon that appears on the address bar, the RSS file will load in a browser and you can add that file to your bookmark bar. The next time the site is updated, you will be notified with a number indicating how many new items there are from that specific feed.
  2. In FireFox, you'll find the orange icon on the bottom right of the web browser application window (or in the address bar, depending on your version). Click on it and you will have option to add selected feed as a live bookmark.

Web-based aggregators: these are web services which you login to, kind of like web-based mail, to keep track of your RSS feeds.

  1. Benefit - your list of feeds won't be tied to one computer, since it is all kept on the web, you'll never loose your info and can switch from one computer to another easily.
  2. Bloglines, My Yahoo, Newsgator, Pluck, Google offer web-based RSS aggregation services, just to name a few.

Desktop Applications: these are applications you have to download and they manage your feeds like how Mail or Outlook manages your email, locally on your computer.

  1. Benefit - does not clutter your bookmarks, downloaded info is kept on your computer so you don't need to be online to access old ones. And if Internet connection is limited, you can get online, update your feeds, then unplug and read all the news you want.
  2. Vienna, Net News Wire, FeedReader are some of the few applications available.

For more detailed information regarding RSS, see the wikipedia page.


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