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Topic: Keep Current on VoteKansas.org with RSS - Really Simple Syndication
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is hybrid between e-mail, Internet News, and web-pages.
A program called an RSS Feed Aggregator (since they pull together various feeds, whatever the user chooses), or RSS Reader, is configured to poll different RSS feeds, which are like web-pages with a standard format (XML). The feeds describe postings (blogs, articles, etc.) from a source (one or more writers, usually). When a new item is posted, it will show up in the feed when polled by the feed reader, and the client's aggregator will see that it is new content and alert the client that there is something new on one of his feeds.
RSS feeds can be general, for an entire site, or more fine-grained, restricting on author, topic, etc. - whatever granularity the available feeds provide.
For example, a feed to get the Reform News items posted to VoteKansas.org is:
or the Issues items:
or the articles as they come in from select authors on www.NewsWithViews.com:
or Joseph Martin's blog entries:
or all items as they are added to VoteKansas.org:
So, instead of going to a web-site on a regular basis to check for new articles, you can pick the feeds that interest you, and you will be notified when new items are there. But please do visit VoteKansas.org to sign up and contribute ideas!
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