I know what you’re thinking: “What’s that orange square on the left-hand side of this blog? What are all those weird icons beneath it?”
Don’t be scared — they just represent a new way to get your online content.
That orange square is the universally accepted logo for “RSS.” It stands for “Really Simple Syndication,” and it’s an increasingly popular means of delivering the news and information you want directly to your computer. This blog is updated frequently, and by establishing an RSS feed, you can automatically receive new blog entries without having to visit the blog.
The icons underneath the RSS logo represent RSS readers. New blog posts can be delivered automatically to these readers. So if you already have, say, a “My Yahoo” account, new entries to our blog can be delivered automatically to your “My Yahoo” page. It’s a great way of having content delivered to you so you don’t have to find it yourself.
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