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What is RSS?
Why use RSS?
How do I get it?
What else can I do with RSS?
|What is RSS?
RSS, which stands for Really
Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary, is an XML-based format that allows for
simple content distribution. Most major companies and news sources now have RSS
Instead of clicking from site to site, RSS allows you
to view simple headlines, and choose whether or not to open the links. You get
the latest headlines, deals, and even audio and video files all in one place
the minute they are published. You can choose exactly what information you
want, and how you want to view it. It is basically a free, online
With X10's RSS feed, you get the most current updates
on company news and sale prices!
Why Use RSS?
is quickly becoming a popular medium for receiving news and other information
Here are some of the benefits:
- You choose what information you want to subscribe
to. That means NO SPAM, no sifting through web sites to find what you want, and
no wasted time. You get all of the information you're interested in all in one
place! And you can unsubscribe to any feed at any time with just the click of
- You don't need to give out your e-mail address to
subscribe to an RSS feed! That means less junk mail, and no searching through
unwanted messages to find the ones you want in your e-mail account. That also
means no threat of computer viruses!
- With X10's RSS feed, you get all of the latest
deals as soon as they are published, meaning you won't miss out on anything,
and you can be one of the few to get your hands on limited-quantity deals!
- Many RSS readers even allow you to set up a filter,
so you only view the headlines you want. For example, if you only want to view
NightWatch Surveillance Cameras, you can enter it in as a key word, and only
the deals including NightWatch Surveillance Cameras included will appear.
- Similar to e-mail, you get to view the headline,
then choose whether or not you want to read on. However, you don't have to sift
through unsolicited headlines, because there won't be any.
- RSS is extremely simple to use, and
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How do you get it?
Since RSS feeds are not viewable in the browser directly, you will need an RSS
reader. You can get one as either a web-based service, a standalone program or
a plug-in that works with applications like Internet Explorer or Microsoft
Simply click on one of these options to get an RSS
Once you have an RSS reader, just follow
these simple steps to add X10's RSS feeds.
Step 1 - Right
click on RSS image here:
Step 2 - Select "Copy Shortcut"
or "Copy Link Location"
Step 3 - Paste the link into your RSS
reader's address bar
If you're a user of web-based
readers, just click the quick link buttons below and the X10.com feed will
automatically be added to your page.
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What else can I do with
Like X10, most major companies and news sources now have RSS
feeds. Below are some examples. Simply right click on the button or link,
choose "copy link location" or "copy shortcut", and paste it into your RSS
reader's address bar.
News - Technology, and the way we do business, is changing the world we
know. Wired News is a technology - and business-oriented news service feeding
an intelligent, discerning audience.
CNN News - Real time
updated news from the first worldwide TV channel specialized in world
information (By http://www.newsisfree.com/syndicate.php - FOR PERSONAL AND NON
COMMERCIAL USE ONLY!)
MSNBC National News
– Up-to-date on the Nation’s breaking news stories. (By
http://www.newsisfree.com/syndicate.php - FOR PERSONAL AND NON COMMERCIAL USE
CNET News – Technology
reports and business news.
ESPN – Top Sports
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