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Really Simple Syndication (RSS)

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Really Simple Syndication (RSS) - definitions

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) - really simple syndication (RSS) is a technology that allows notifcation when a web page or web log (blog) has been revised or updated with new information. Also see rich site summary (RSS).

Source: NextMark, 18 August 2009 11:36:19, ?glossaryTermId=a0800000000F9GSAA0 External

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RSS - Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary is a set of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated web content.

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RSS - [Internet] Acronym for Really Simple Syndication, Resource Description Framework (RDF) Site Summary, or Rich Site Summary, depending on the source. A simple, structured XML format for sharing content among different Web sites. RSS documents include key metadata elements such as author, date, title, a brief description, and a hypertext link. This information helps a user (or an RSS publisher service) decide what materials are worth further investigation. Examples include news feeds, events lists, news stories, headlines, and excerpts from blogs and discussion forums.

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