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GardenSnob.com RSS - Our Really Simple Syndicated Feed
We wanted to let you know you can read GardenSnob.com everyday by either coming to the web site or by reading our RSS feed. We want to be able to deliver GardenSnob.com in as many formats as possible so you can read it when, where and how you want.
RSS means Really Simple Syndication. To use it, you need an application on your computer that reads XML files. This application is called a feed reader or aggregator. Basically what happens then is this: you type in the address of the RSS feed you want updates on, and every time something new happens on that site, it just pops into your feed reader. No more traveling around to your favorite links to see if they've been updated, you just let the feed reader do it for you.
One of the easiest ways to read GardenSnob.com is to add it to your My.Yahoo page. Click here to add it to your My.Yahoo page.
If you don't have a My.Yahoo page, you'll need a feed reader. We recommend FeedDemon for PC users and NewsFire for Mac users. However if you have a Macintosh you can use the built in Safari browser to read our feed. I use Safari myself and love it. You can also view it on the web using BlogLines.
Once you've installed it, copy the URL of any feed you want into the reader and you're on your way.
We have also made it very easy to subscribe to the GardenSnob.com Feed by using the options below:
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We hope this makes it as easy to read GardenSnob.com as possible. Thanks for your continued support.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 12, 2008 2:09 PM