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Welcome to RSS plain English. The internet has problems. **says there are over 50 million webs and blogs. And you can see it’s going up. This is overwhelming. What I focus here is on the new and efficient way to keep up all the * that’s happening on the internet. This is the old and slow way. *. Then, this is the new fast way. Yeah. Here is the difference between the new and the old way. This is you and here are your favorite sites. You log on your computer and look for something new. You go out to your favorite blog. Anything new? Nope. You go out to your favorite new sites. Anything new? Nope. Every time you look for something new, and it’s not there, you waster your valuable time. This is the old way. Now, let’s consider the new and fast way, which simply means taking these errors and turning them the other directions. This means that new things from old blogs and your favorite news sites come to you instead. It’s like *, compared to the video store. What we’re talking about is using a single website that becomes your home for *all post that are coming from your favorite websites. There are 2 steps to get started. The 1st step is creating a home for * new post This is a website called reader. All you need is a free account to get started. I usually use a site called Google reader. It looks like this, my favorite site is listed left and on the right I can scroll through all the new posts on a single place. So to complete step 1, you need to sign up for a news reader. Step No 2 is to set up a connection between you reader and your favorite websites. Setting up these connections is called subscribing. And it’s really important, nearly every blog and news website offers this ability for you to subscribe. So new things from these sites show up here in your reader.

 

To set up this subscriptions looks for funny icons. This is the standard orange one. You might also see these. There little funny icons say, hey, subscribe to me, I can save your time. Once you find these buttons on your favorite sites, click on it .And the page that appears will give you everything you need to subscribe. After you click on the button, 2 or 3 pages will appear. This one is to provide you *. The other page you are likely to see looks like this with code on it. If you see this page, cope the address on the top of the page, go to the reader and look for a link that says RSS subscription or RSS** .Click on that and paste the address into your reader. Once you get your subscription and *, new post begins arriving in your reader. You see, this is the new fast way to read the webs. It’s addictive. So be careful. A quick wake-up. There are 2 things you need to do. No 1 is to go and sign up for a news reader; No 2, go to your favorite websites, click on the icon and subscribe.

 

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welcome to RSS in plain english.

 

The internet has problems. Technorati says there are over 15 millin web blogs. and you can see it's going up, this is overwhelming, I focused here on the new and efficient way the keep up with all the // happening on the internet.  this is the old slow way, this is new and fast way. here is the difference between the old and new way.

 

This is you, here are your favourite websites. you log on in your computer, you'er looking for something new. you go to you favourate blogs, anything new? no. you go to your favourate news site, is there anything new? no. everytime you look for something new and they are not there, you waste your valuable time, this is the old way. now, let's consider the new and fast way, which simply means taking these arrows and turning them the other direction, this means new things your favourite blogs and news come to you instead. it's like netflix compared to the video storm.

 

what we talk about using a single website becoms your home from all the news start come from your favourate websites, there are two steps to get started. the first step is creating a home for reading new post, this is the website account reader, all you need is new free account to get started. I use a site called the google reader. 

 

like this, my favourite sites set on the left and on the right I can screw all the new post and single place. so to complete step No.1 you need to sign up for a news reader. step No.2 is to set connections between you reader and your favourite sites , set these connections calls scriming, it's really important. nearly every blog and news site offer for you to scribe. new things from this website show up here in your reader.

 

the set up these descriptions, look for some funny icons. this is stands for // you might also see this icon says: scribe on me, I can save your time. when you find the // on your favourite site. quick on it, the page here will give you everything you need to scribe. get bottom, you get two times for this //, this is one provide one quick access to scrible in your reader. the other page like to say, look like with cold on, if you see this page copy the address on the top of the page go to your reader link adds suscription paste the address into your reader. once you find you discriptions in the connections there new post begin arriving in your reader. you see why this is new and fast way to read the web. it' s addictive so be careful.

 

A quick recapt. there are two things you need to do. No.1 is to set up a news reader. go to your favourite websites, take on the icon and subscribe.

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Welcome to RSS in Plain English.

 

The Internet has problems. Technorati says there're over 50 million weblogs, and as you can see, it's going up. This is overwhelming. Our focus here is on a new and efficient way to keep up with all the cool stuff that's happening on the Internet. There's the old slow way. Boo! Then, there's the new fast way. Yay!

 

Here's the difference between the new and the old way. This is you, and here are your favorite websites. You log on to your computer and you are looking for something new. You go out to your favorite blogs. Anything new? Nope. You go out to your favorite news sites. Anything new? Nope. Every time you look for something new, and it's not there, you’ve wasted valuable time. This is the old way. 

 

Now, let's consider the new and fast way, which simply means taking these arrows and turning them the other direction. This means that new things from blogs and your favorite websites come to you instead. It's like NetFlix compared to the video store. What we're talking about is using a single website that becomes your home for reading all the new stuff that's coming from your favorite websites.

 

There're two steps to getting started.

 

The first step is creating a home for reading new posts. This is a website called a "Reader". All you need is a free account to get started. I use a site called Google Reader. It looks like this. My favorite sites are listed on the left, and on the right I can scroll through all the new posts from my favorite sites in a single place.

 

So, to complete step one, you need to sign up for a Newsreader.

 

Step number two, is to set up a connection between your Reader and your favorite websites. Setting up these connections is called subscribing and it’s really important. Nearly every blog and news site offers the ability for you to subscribe, so new things from these sites show up here in your Reader.

 

To set up these subscriptions, look for funny little icons. This is the standard orange one. You might also see these. These little icons say" Hey, subscribe to me. I can save your time." Once you find one of these buttons on your favorite site, click on it, and the page that appears will give you everything you need to subscribe.

 

After you click that button, one of / two types of pages will appear. This is / one that provides one-click access to subscribing in your Reader. The other page you’re likely to see, looks like this, with code on it. If you see this page, copy the address at the top of the page, go to your Reader, and look for a link that says "Add subscription", or "Add feed". Click on that and paste the address into your Reader.

 

Once you added your / subscriptions and the connection is there, new posts began arriving in your Reader. And you'll see why this is the new, faster way to read the web. It's addictive, so be careful. 

 

A quick recap, there are two things you / need to do. Number one/ is to go sign up for a Newsreader. Number two, go to your favorite websites, click on the icon and subscribe.



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  Welcome to RSS In Plain English.
  The internet has promblems.--- says there are over fifty million web logs and you can see it's going up.This is overwhelming.Our focus here is on a new efficient way to keep up with all the cool stuff that happening on the Internet.
  There is the old slow way.Wuuu.Then,there is the new fast way.Yeee.Here's the difference between the new and the old way. This is you and here's your favoriate websites.You loged on your computer and you look for something new.You loged your favoriate blogs,anyting new?Nope.You --- to your new sites,anyting new?Nope.Everytime you look for something new and it's not there,you waste your valuble time.This is the old way.Now,let's consider the new and fast way.Which simply means taking it's arrows and turing them the other direction.This means news things from blogs and your favoriate websites come to you instead.It's like NETFLIX compare to the video store.All our talking about is using a single website that become your home --- all the new stuff that's coming from your favoriate websites.
  There're two steps to getting started.The first step is creating a --- new posts.This is the website called reader.All you need is a free account to get started.--- called Google Reader.It looks like this.My frvortate --- on the left and on the right I can --- through all the new posts from my favoriate sites in a single place.So,to complete step 1,you need to sign up for a news reader.Step number 2 is to set up connection between your reader and your favoriate websites.Setting up these connections is called subscribing and it really important.Nearly every blog and newsite --- for you to subscribe.So new things from these sites show up here in your reader.
  To set up these subscribtions,look at a few funny icons.These is the standard orange one.You may also see these:the little icon say :"Hey,subscribe to me,I can save you time."Once you find one of these icon on your favoriate site,click on it and the page appears will give you everyting you need to subscribe.AS you click that button,one of two types of pages will appear.This is the one that provide on quick access to subscribe in your reader.The other page is likely to see.Look like this,with code on it.If you see this page,copy the adress on the top of the page.Go to your reader and look for a link like this:"Add subscribtion"or"Add feed".Click on that and paste the adress into your reader.Once you get your subscribtions and connections there,new posts begining --- in your reader.You will see why this is the new,fast way to read the web.It is ---,so be careful.
  The quick ---.There are two things should need to do.Number one is to go sign up for a new reader.Number two,go to your favoriate websites,click on the icon and subscribe.
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Welcome to RSS InPlain English.
The Internet hasproblems. Technorati says there are over 15 million web logs. And you can seeit's going up. This is overwhelming.
Our focus here ison a new and efficient way to keep up with all the cool staff it's happening onthe Internet. There's the old slow way: boo! Then there's the new fast way:yeah!
Here's thedifference between the new and the old way:
This is you andhere are your favorite web sites. You log on to your computer and you lookingfor something new. You go out your favorite bolgs, anything new? Nope! You goout your favorite news sites, anything new? Nope!
Every time youlooking for something new and it's not there, you wasted valuable time.
This is the oldway.
Now let's considerthe new and fast way which simply means taking these arrows and turning themthe other direction.
This means thatnew things from blogs and your favorite web sites come to you instead.
It's like NETFLIXcompare to the video store.
What we talkingabout is using a single web site that become your home for reading all the newstaff it's coming from your favorite web sites.
There are twosteps to getting started.
The first step iscreating a home for reading new posts.
This is the website called reader.
All you need isthe free account to get started.
I use a sitecalled Google Reader. It looks like this.
My favorite sitesare listed on the left, and on the right I can **** all the new post from myfavorite sites in a single place.
So, to completestep 1, you need to sign up a news reader.
Step No.2, is toset up a connection between your reader and your favorite web sites.
Setting up theseconnections is called subscribing, and it's really important.
Nearly every blogand news site offers the ** for you to subscribe. So new things from thesesites show up here in your reader.
To set up thesesubscriptions, look for funny little ***. This is the standard orange one. Youmight also see this. These little ** say, hey! Subscribe to me! I can save yourtime!
Once you find oneof these buttons on your favorite sites, click on it. And the page thereappears will give you everything you need to subscribe. After you click thatbutton, one or two types of pages will appear. This is one that provides oneclick access to subscribe in your reader. The other page is likely to see lookslike this with code on it. If you see this this page, copy the address the topthe page, go to to your reader and look for a link that says "addsubscription" or "add feed". Click on that and paste the addressinto your reader. Once you get your subscriptions and connection is there. Newpost begin arriving in your reader. And you will see why this is the new fastway to read the web. It's addictive, so be careful. The quick **, there are twothings you need to do. No.1, is to go sign up for a news reader. No.2, go toyour favorite web sites, click on the ** and subscribe.
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Welcome to RSS Plain English.

The internet has problems, Tenderadi says there is over 50 million weblogs, as you can see it is going up. This is overwhelming. Our focus here is on a new and efficient way to keep up with all the cool stuff that is happening on the internet. There is a old slow way....Then there is a new fast way ya....

Here is the difference between the new and the old way, this is you, and here is your favourite websites, you log on your computer, and you are looking for something new, you log on your favourite bolgs, anything new, nope. You log on your favourite new sites, anything new, nope. Every time you look for something new, and it is not there, you waste your valuable time, this is the old way. Now, let's consider the new and fast way, which simply means taking these areos in turning them the other direction, this means that new things from blogs and your favourite websites come to you instead. It is like life likes compared to the video store.

What we are talking about is using a single website that become your home for bring all the new stuff that coming from your favourite websites,  there are two steps to get started. The first step is creating a home for reading new posts, this website is called a reader, all you need is a free account to get started, as you side called "google reader". It looks like this, my favourite side list on the left, and on the right, I can scroll all through all the new post from my favourite sites in a single place. So, to complete step 1, you need to sign up for a news reader, step number two is to set up a connection bewteen your reader and your favourite websites, setting up these connection is called subscribing, and it is really important, nearly every blog of news site offers the ability to you just subscribe. So new things from these sites show up here in your reader.

To set up these subscriptions, look for funny i-accounts, this is standard orange one, you might also see these, these little i-accounts say hey, subscribe to me, I can save your time, when she finds one of the button is on your favourite site, click on it and the page there appears will give you everything you need to subscribe, after you click that button, one of the two taps pages will appear, this is one that provides one click access to subscribing in your reader, the other page is likely to see looks like this with code on it, if you see this page, copies the address on the top of the page, go to your reader and look for a link says as subscription or as field, click on that and pace the address into your reader. Once you get your subscriptions in the connection there, new posts begin arriving in your reader, you will see why this is new, faster way to read the web, it is addicted, so be careful, a quick recap, there are two things you need to do, number one is to go and sign up a news reader, number 2, go to your favourite websites, click on the i-account, and subscribe.
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Welcome to RSS and in Plain English.
The Internet has problems. Technicoally Technorati says there're over 50 million weblogs, and as you can see, it's going up. This is overwhelming. Our focus here is on a new and offical efficient way to keep up with all the cool stuff that's happening on the Internet. There's the old slow way. Boo! Then, there's the new fast way. Yay!
Here's the difference between the new and the old way. This issue is you, and here are your favorite websites. You log on to your computer and you are looking for something new. You go out to your favorite blogs. Anything new? Nope. You go out to your favorite news sites. Anything new? Nope. Every time you look for something new, and it's not there, you've wasted valuable time. This is the old way. Now, let's consider the new and fast way, which simply means taking these errors arrows and turning them the other direction. This means that new things from blogs and your favorite websites come to you instead. It's like Netflix compared to the video store. What we're talking about is using a single website that becomes your home for reading all the new stuff that's coming from your favorite websites.
There're two steps to getting started. The first step is creating a home for reading new posts. This is a website called a "reader". All you need is a free account to get started. I use a site called Google Reader. It looks like this. My favorite sites are listed on the left, and on the right I can scroll through all the new posts from my favorite sites in a single place. So to complete step one, you need to sign up for a newsreader. Step number two, is to set up a connection between your reader and your favorite websites. Setting up these connections is called subscribing and it's really important. Nearly every blog and news site offers the ability for you to subscribe, so new things from these sites show up here in your reader. To set up these subscriptions, look for funny little icons. This is the standard orange one. You might also see these. These little icons say" Hey, subscribe to me. I can save your time." Once you find one of these buttons on your favorite site, click on it, and the page that appears will give you everything you need to subscribe. After you click that button, one of two types of pages will appear. This is one that provides one-click access to subscribing in your reader. The other page you're likely to see, looks like this, with code on it. If you see this page, copy the address at the top of the page, go to your reader, and look for a link that says "Add subscription", or "Add feed". Click on that and paste the address into your reader.

Once you've added your subscriptions and the connection is there, new posts begin arriving in your reader. And you'll see why this is the new, faster way to read the web. It's addictive, so be careful. A quick recap, there are two things you need to do. Number one is to go sign up for a newsreader. Number two, go to your favorite websites, click on the icon and subscribe.
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