Really Simple Syndication: an XML-based standard and format used to distribute recent news and other frequently updated content appearing on a website: an RSS reader; RSS files; RSS feeds.
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How to use RSS in a sentence
After the shows are recorded, they are uploaded to SoundCloud and appear on a unique RSS feed specific to each channel.
Then I peruse my RSS feeds for Red Sox stories by my competitors.Opening Day 2013: How to Write About Baseball in the Big Leagues | Noah Charney | March 31, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
It says that since Twitter exists and people post links on twitter, that there's no need for RSS anymore.In Soul-Destroying Move, Google Kills Google Reader | Winston Ross | March 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
At age 14, Swartz co-developed RSS, a system of constantly updating subscription feeds that remains hugely influential today.Aaron Swartz, 26, Programmer, Outspoken Advocate of Free Information | Nina Strochlic | January 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
At age 14, Swartz helped create RSS, a method of syndicating content on the Web.Mourning Aaron Swartz, Internet Activist and Free Information Advocate | Sam Schlinkert | January 13, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for RSS
Rich Site Summary: a way of allowing web users to receive news headlines and updates on their browser from selected websites as soon as they are published
(as modifier): an RSS newsfeed
Really Simple Syndication: a way of allowing web users to receive syndicated newsletters and email alerts
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