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What is RSS/Feed?
Most blogs (and many corporate websites) publish their updates in RSS form which is like a simplified version of their website. The idea is that you subscribe to their feed/RSS and read the website in your own personal feed reader. This means that you can add all your favorite sites to your free feed reader and see all the updates in one place. For those of you with 20 or 30 favorite sites it saves you a lot of time as you no longer have to go to the site to see if it has updated.
Here is a short 3 minute video that explains how RSS feeds work:
I use Google Reader as my feed reader but there are tons of others you can use to read your favorite feeds. You can also use the built in RSS reader that comes with the Firefox web browser, which is my choice over IE or any others. To subscribe to Take A Peck via RSS Feed click here.
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