I've finally put an RSS feed button on this site, in the left column underneath Maya links. Drag the orange button into your RSS reader subscriptions column, or copy link location and paste into the subscription entry field, and you'll be subscribed to the headlines of my posts.
Don't know what this is all about?
First, here's a simple explanation of RSS, by Dan Bricklin, for the easily confused, like me. Thanks to Halley for the link.
But you'll need an RSS reader, a program that gathers the headlines for your subscriptions. If you are on a Mac like me:
Next, a great leap forward, to Adam Curry's iPodder program, which allows you to subscribe to RSS feeds with mp3 enclosures, and have them downloaded to your iPod. His site features a short audio feed, called the Daily Source Code.
And try the PubSub website, which will create a personalized RSS feed for you, on a topic of your choice - free. They also have links to sources of RSS readers for PCs and Macs.
If you want to bring RSS feed headlines into your own MT weblog, here are some tips:
Stay tuned for an explosion of DIY media feeds. Crappy cable TV no more.Posted by Dave at August 19, 2004 11:10 PM