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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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I would love it if you would make the actual magazine an RSS feed, with each article being an RSS article.
Whenever a blog is updated--that is, the blog author has written a new post--an RSS feed is immediately and automatically generated.
In this case, ACPJE is using the RSS feed to highlight stories from the World Wide Web about its members.
To help keep Florida lawyers informed about news and events that impact the profession, selected Florida Bar News articles are available through an RSS feed.
FindLaw (Eagan, MN), a provider of legal information and internet marketing services for law firms, has launched Case Summary RSS Feed, a new case summary service designed to deliver the latest court opinions in a standardized RSS feed for attorneys, legal commentators and others seeking the latest case information.
Then open the Tools menu in Outlook, click Account Setting, select New on the RSS Feeds tab, and use Ctrl+V to paste the URL into the New RSS Feed dialog box.
a type of web file that is read by web browsers equipped with RSS feed readers or by feed aggregators.
Dreamscape Solutions is celebrating the major new account after being found on a Daily Post RSS feed by a sports management agency.
We want to give our members the options they need, and an RSS feed will drive the content they want right to them.
Inova's XML support is further extended to accept as an input any standard RSS feed.
It offers specific teaching applications for online photo galleries, social bookmarking, Web logs, rich site summary that feed specific content into the classroom, wins, which are a collaborative Web space for sharing published content, and aggregators that collect content generated via the RSS feed.