Goodbye Google Reader, Linux Has Its Own RSS Aggregators

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Goodbye Google Reader, Linux Has Its Own RSS Aggregators

25 March 2013 | :04 am RSS is an open XML standard for syndicating Web content.

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Why Google Reader Had to Die

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22 March 2013 | 2:37 am RSS benefits both publishers and readers by providing a simple open standard that makes it easy to create newsfeeds, and easy to subscribe to them. If you're not accustomed to using an RSS reader you might give it a try,

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    Help With RSS Please? TASK: Go to websites that you visit often (other than Facebook!). Look for the RSS feed icon and subscribe to the feed from your blog. Show how you have set this up through a 45 second screen capture that you narrate. You can use Quicktime or Jing to take a screen recording that shows this.

    I don’t get how to use your blog to subscribe to websites (I use Tumblr). Please tell me how to do this, thanks 🙂

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      Dear Friend, The following information will help you. Just follow it diligently.

      In order to subscribe to an RSS feed or newsfeed you will need two things, an RSS reader (also known as a news aggregator) and url (web address) of the RSS feed that you wish to subscribe.

      1.) Download a News Aggregator / RSS Reader

      2.) Locate the web address (url) of the RSS feed (XML file) that you wish to subscribe.

      A news aggregator or RSS reader is a software application that collects and displays news headlines and summaries from sources that you have designated.

      An RSS feed is an XML document that contains the news headlines and summaries.

      3.) Install the feed reader or news aggregator on the computer

      4.) Insert the url of the news feed (there is usually an “add feed” button)

      5.) Many of the news readers will allow you to set the interval that the software will look for a feed update others simply update daily.

      6.) The information in the feed will be updated when the feed contains new content.

      And another option in IE below:

      To manually enter an RSS Feed subscription, you are required to enter the Web address.

      Click the File tab.
      Click Account Settings, and then click Account Settings.
      On the RSS Feeds tab, click New.
      In the New RSS Feed dialog box, type the URL of the RSS Feed. For example,

      Tip In most Web browsers, on a Web page, you can right-click the Button image RSS icon, and then copy the shortcut to the Clipboard. Press CTRL+V to paste the information from the Clipboard into the RSS Feed location box.

      Click Add.
      Click OK.

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    What Source Will Give Me The Quickest Updates When Good News About A Stock Breaks? By the time i get the news the stock price has already jumped in response to good news. I use Seeking Alpha updates. Is there an accessible way for me to get updates quicker so i can participate in the jump?

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      SA updates are not timely, like all public news feeds. Bloomberg is the most timely source, but you pay a lot for the privilege..

      If you are a client of a large brokerage, like e*trade, Scottrade, or Ameritrade, they have RSS newsfeeds that you can stream to your computer. But even those are not timely.

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