If you have used the internet, you have probably experienced RSS and not even known it. What is RSS? RSS Stands for Rich Site Summary. It was formally known as RDF Site Summary, or research description framework. Often called really simple syndication, RSS is a group of web feed formats that publish frequently updated content.
RSS sites may include blog entries, news headlines, audio and video, and other frequently updated web formats. Rss feeds benefit their publishers because it lets them syndicate information automatically. A standardized XML file format allows the information to be published once and viewed by many different programs. RSS syndication has been a blessing to so many news related sites, web blogs, and other online publishers.
You may still be wondering how this benefits the average internet user. It is a benefit to frequent web users every day. RSS makes it possible for you to grab all of the lates