Thursday, October 25, 2007

Great Info on Website Feeds

A site feed is a machine-readable representation of your blog that can be picked up and displayed on other web sites and information aggregation tools.

- Blogger Help
For further reading, check out the Feed, RSS, and Atom entries on Wikipedia.

Two popular ways to use feeds are on your Google Homepage or in Google Reader. Apple's Safari internet browser (Mac + PC) also has built-in ways of "subscribing" to site feeds.

Here are links to The Constellation Hypothesis' feeds:

Blog Posts
Blog Post Comments

You can find the feed for the comments on any given individual post by clicking on its title. Underneath the text of the post, you will see "Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)"

Each Blog Label also has its own feed, so that if you wanted to keep track of all the posts labeled "Computer Tools", you would use this feed: Tools

You can replace "Computer Tools" with the name of any of the blog labels I have used to find the feed for that label.

You can also find the feed for any word you want. For example:


The above feed will return all of my posts that contain the word "God". Just replace "God" with whatever you want.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.