How to Make Your Web Surfing 10X Faster



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How to Make Your Web Surfing 10X Faster

From Sea to Shining Sea ^

| 10/08/05
| Purple Mountains

Posted on 10/08/2005 5:25:23 PM PDT by PurpleMountains

If you know all about RSS and Atom, this will be a waste of your time, but if you never heard of these site feed protocols, this article may be of interest, because it will make your web surfing much faster, more efficient – and almost professional. Many web sites and web logs automatically generate a file whenever they are updated. That is, whenever a new report, headline or article is posted, a special file is exported. In doing so, these sites follow either an RSS or an Atom protocol – both of which usually can be read by certain programs called newsreader-aggregators, or just, aggregators. These RSS or Atom files cannot be read by normal browsers; you need to have an aggregator to gain access to these automatic feeds.

(Excerpt) Read more at forthegrandchildren.blogspot.com


TOPICS: Computers/Internet
KEYWORDS: aggregator; atom; bloglines; fromseatoshiningsea; rss


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