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Wednesday, 29 November 2006

Subscribe to The Daily Kimchi's RSS feed

If you haven't already, you should subscribe to my site's RSS feed through Feedburner. RSS is an easy way for you to check my blog for new content by using a free news aggregator, such as Google Reader (Google Read FAQ) or Bloglines (Bloglines FAQ).

Most news websites have RSS feeds, which can make it extremely easy to view live, continuously updated headlines. For example, here is CNN's RSS feed page. You can select any category you want and get updated headlines. This is very convenient as I use RSS to see the "headlines" for news websites or other blogs that I frequently visit.

Here's a screenshot of The Daily Kimchi's RSS feed through the built in RSS aggregator in Mozilla's Firefox web browser. As you can see, my blog post titles are there...making it very easy to check for updated posts (in other words, whenever you want to feel hungry or see videos of parking attendants).


Click the button below to subscribe to my RSS feed or click on the Feedburner icon in the right sidebar, as 20+ other readers have already done so.
http://i65.photobucket.com/albums/h218/pointingandgiggling/rss-feed-icon.png

Also, if you already have an existing feed aggregator from Google, Yahoo, Bloglines, or AOL, you can click on the respective icons in the right sidebar as well.

If you have any questions, you can contact me for help, free of charge!! :)

1 comments:

Sam Grundman said...

Yay for browsers now adding RSS support! This also means that the mass public can start to take advantage of the technology, whereas only news fanatics and odd techno-lovers wasted their time and hard drive space on the separate download. However, it will be forever before the mass public begin to take any notice of RSS...

PS, I'm enjoying your 2006 posts from Korea and hope that I, too, will enjoy Korea, dispite the negatives I've been reading.

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