What is an RSS Feed I keep hearing about?

What is an RSS Feed I keep hearing about?

You may hear the term "Feed" or "RSS Feed". But what does that mean? Let's go through some basic information and then start building an RSS feed.  Join me:

http://simplifytechnologyblog.com/rss-feed/

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