Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Why you need RSS

Right, so I was planning on writing up a detailed post about why journalists need to learn to use RSS readers and then give detailed instructions on how to set up a reader. But I don't think I can top this video.

In a nutshell, subscribing to RSS feeds will do two things.
  1. Save you a LOT of time that you would otherwise spend looking for news on websites.
  2. Allow you to keep track of many more news websites than you would if you were relying on a series of bookmarks or *shudder* remembering URLs to type into your browser every day.
If you want some more detailed tips on setting up Google Reader, check out Google's help page.

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