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RSS

abbreviation for
1. (Computer Science) Rich Site Summary: a way of allowing web users to receive news headlines and updates on their browser from selected websites as soon as they are published
2. (Computer Science) (as modifier): an RSS newsfeed.
3. (Computer Science) Really Simple Syndication: a way of allowing web users to receive syndicated newsletters and email alerts
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RSS has what it takes to become a mainstream content delivery channel.
Microsoft will support RSS in its new products Windows Vista and Internet Explorer 7, which will result in a drastic increase in RSS usage.
Attensa Mobile helps users get more out of their Web enabled mobile phone or PDA and stay on top of up-to-the-minute RSS news and information anywhere.
Use Attensa Online or Attensa for Outlook to manage RSS subscriptions
Attensa's use of RSS and vision for future applications of the technology make the company a perfect match for RSS Investors' first investment," said Jim Moore, RSS Investors founder.
With its combination of technology, vision and leadership, Attensa is solidly positioned as a leader and innovator in RSS technologies," said Hugh Mackworth, Smart Forest Ventures managing partner.
com, the Company's powerful free news search engine, was the first such site on the Internet to give users the ability to create their own search-based RSS feeds.
Marketers are just now realizing the potential power of RSS to deliver relevant and targeted advertising directly to interested consumers.
We believe RSS is on the brink of mass enterprise adoption, as corporate leaders recognize its power when applied to corporate intelligence and information sharing," said Rocketinfo CTO Rick VanWell.
RSS WinterFest is a must attend event for IT managers, knowledge managers, content managers, project managers, CIO's, CTO's, sales managers, marketing managers, government officials and independent consultants.
With RSS we've been able to deliver our readers the precise information they are interested in when they want it," says Chad Dickerson, CTO of InfoWorld.