RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a new way to surf the web, which puts the user in the center rather than the sites he surfs. It increases the efficiency of using the internet and multiple the number of sites read and with less time spent. Read this short guide to familiarize yourself with this tool and get started easily.
What is RSS
Put simply, RSS means that a website has the ability to update its readers with new content it publishes. It does so by using a certain code structure that allows a user-side program (called “RSS reader”) to read its content. This new content is the site’s feed.
Why is it good
With RSS, there is no need to look for new content in your favorite websites. Instead, this content comes to you. So now, Instead of going to ten different sites just to find out that half of them have not changed, you only need to open your RSS reader and see the new content from the half that have.
RSS helps coping with today’s information overload by enabling users to scan through hundreds of updates from hundreds of sites in minutes. I, for example, scanned through 7,873 updates in 467 sites just in the past 30 days. It dramatically improves your web reading efficiency by preventing the need to go through different sites, waiting for them to load, watching advertisements, rereading things already read and so on.
How to use it
Here is how to get started: […]