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07/27/2006 RSS Knowledgebase
Common questions about RSS, web feeds, data feeds, XML, podcasting, itunes, mediaRSS, namespace extensions and videocasting. Feel free to send our webmasters any RSS questions and we will post the answers in the RSS knowledgebase.

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07/24/2006 Free New Social Bookmark Chicklet Creator
Social bookmarking has quickly become a popular way for frequent internet users to share their favorite websites with the public. Having a website added to a bookmark directory can increase traffic significantly. Bookmark chicklets are a newer creation that help remind those viewing a website to add it to the social bookmarking directories. It makes the bookmarking process easier for who have found a website that is a good source of information or services. Another of the tool is that the website description that goes into the bookmark is written into the script, allowing creators of the chicklet to choose how their website will be described in the directory.

Social Bookmark Chicklets - Digg
Social Bookmark Chicklets - Yahoo
Social Bookmark Chicklets - Furl
Social Bookmark Chicklets - Delicious

07/24/2006 Learn How to Convert RSS to HTML
Many webmasters have realized the benefit of using RSS to dynamically update websites. This means that the website content automatically changes when the RSS feed is updated. This allows for webmasters to serve dynamic content or a mixture of static and dynamic content on their website.

Convert RSS to HTML

07/21/2006 Questioning Online Credibility
Credibility online is becoming more and more of an issue. Anyone can have a blog or post to a forum and anyone can edit wiki entries. Web surfers are beginning to comprehend that just because it is in print does not necessarily mean that it is true. In fact, in today's online world, the collective truth might be the closest thing we can get to the real truth. Peer policing and social bookmarking have become common in the online world.

Human nature invariably prompts a level of trust;if it is written, it must be true. We live in a generation where we expect authors, editors and publishers that are qualified to write on various topics. What qualifications are required to post a blog, write an online article, or edit a wiki? Some web surfers may find the answer startling: None.

Questioning Online Credibility

07/20/2006 Computer Outlook Interviews FeedForAll
Hear the recent interview with Computer Outlook's John Iasiuolo ! John interviewed us about FeedForAll and the RSS Scripts directory.

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07/19/2006 FeedForAll Mac v2.0 Released
We are very pleased to announce the release of FeedForAll Mac. The release notes can be viewed, or a brief overview of new features and benefits can be found below:

Unified Publishing - makes it easy for publishers to complete uploads that include enclosures, can automatically update audio and video files.

Integrated Support for Namespaces - easily add additional information to feeds and confirm to various namespace specifications.

Import Feed Items - built in support for importing feed items saves time!

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07/11/2006 New Version of FeedForAll Mac Supports New iTunes Categories
A new release of FeedForAll Mac supports the new Apple iTunes categories. The upgrade is free of charge to registered users simply download the latest version of FeedForAll Mac (v1.6.0.10).

07/10/2006 iTunes New Categories
Apple launched a revised set of categories for podcasts listed in the iTunes Music Store.

Most of the old categories and subcategories are now automatically mapped to corresponding ones within the new system. For example, if your podcast was listed under "Arts & Entertainment > Photography", it will now appear under "Arts> Visual Arts." However, 3 categories have been removed and do not have a similar replacement: "International", "Talk Radio", and "Public Radio". Those categories overlapped with others in the old system, making some podcasts difficult to find. If one of these categories is listed as the first subject in your podcast feed, that category information will be ignored and the second category will be used to determine eligibility and placement in that feature page.

Changes to your categories may take 1-2 weeks from the time you edit your feed, so please review and add new category data as soon as possible to ensure your podcast is listed appropriately. New categories and subcategories that did not exist in the old browse structure will appear as podcasts are mapped to them.

Apple iTunes Categories


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