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About the Low-Cost-Computing.com RSS Feed
What Is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, or Rich Site Summary, or RDF (Resource Description Framework) Site Summary. RSS files are text-based files, in XML format. An RSS file is simply a list of items, which consist of at least a title, summary, and a link (URL) to a web page. RSS files may also be referred to as RSS feeds or RSS channels. Web site publishers such as Low Cost Computing use RSS feeds to distribute information such as articles or news releases. This makes it easier for interested individuals to obtain and read this information.
Low-Cost-Computing's RSS Feed
Low Cost Computing makes available articles about hardware, software, and related technology through its RSS feed. Technology areas covered include:
Benefits for End-Users
By subscribing to the Low-Cost-Computing RSS feed, you will receive automatic updates as we publish more articles. This will allow you to stay up-to-date with the latest information without having to expend a lot of effort.
Benefits for Web Publishers
Web publishers who hardware and software technology can also benefit from Low-Cost-Computing's RSS feed. You may place our RSS feed on your web site as a way to provide the latest technology information. As we update our feed the information contained in our feed on your web site will also be updated automatically.
PLEASE NOTE: We recommend that you include the feed using PHP so that you may derive benefits from search engines for having the content on your web site.
How to Read the Low-Cost-Computing RSS Feed
In order read the articles in the Low Cost Computing RSS Feed you will need to subscribe to the feed using an RSS reader or aggregator. An RSS reader/aggregator is a web service or software on your PC that allows you to subscribe to and read RSS feeds such as ours. RSS readers/aggregators are available as web services such as "My Yahoo!", built into some web browsers, as browser plug ins or extensions, and as stand-alone programs. Wikipedia provides an excellent list of available readers/aggregators.
Where to Get the Low-Cost-Computing.com RSS Feed
- The Low Cost Computing RSS xml file is located at http://www.low-cost-computing.com/Low-Cost-Computing.xml. You may use this url with your reader/aggregator's "add channel" or "add by url" functionality.
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