Wonder what those little [XML] tags are on the Technology Review website? They’re RSS feeds. Hiawatha Bray has a nice article about RSS and XML in the Boston Globe.
The skinny is that you can use a news aggregator to automatically scan XML feeds and alert you to when there is new news ready. So every time somebody from the Technology Review blogging team puts up a new message, you’ll be notified.
What’s the best aggregator? Probably amphetadesk.
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