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Cyclic RSS Feeds

ResearchBuzz points to a good idea and source. Check the link here.
It’s all about cyclic RSS feeds. What are they?
“A cyclic RSS feed has only a certain number of entries (or “episodes” or “issues” if you want to call them that) and is designed to be read in a specific order. For example, if you were to take Moby Dick and divide it into 100 parts, and publish them all in one huge RSS feed, that would be a cyclic RSS feed. Or you might use it for a 10-part tutorial on saving time searching, or how to use the library, or something like that.”
You might even decide to send out your “15 minutes a day” training practice sites this way. Combined with podcasts it could be a cool app too.
You can use a free site called Feedcycle.com.
Stephen

Posted on: November 24, 2006, 7:35 am Category: Uncategorized

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