17 September 2014
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RSS Feeds

mibuso.com now makes its content available via RSS feeds. If you use an RSS aggregator or some other software (such as Radio Userland) that "speaks" RSS, you can tap into any of the following feeds, which are updated throughout the day. Click the orange XML boxes below to access the RSS source for the feed you're interested in.

Recent Downloads
The 20 recent added downloads to this site.
RSS Feed Recent Downloads
Recent Product listings
The 20 recent added product listings to this site.
RSS Feed Recednt Product listings
Recent Blog Postings
The 20 recent postings, posted in mibuso.com Blogs.
RSS Feed Recent Blog Postings
Recent Blog Comments
The 20 recent comments, posted in mibuso.com Blogs.
RSS Feed Recent Blog Comments
Recent Forum Discussions
Returns the x recent topics, posted in the forum of your choise.
After making your selection, copy the RSS Feed URL to your FeedReader.

Forum :  
Number of postings :  
What to return :  
RSS Feed URL :       
Recent mibuso.com Subscription Program Downloads
The 20 recent downloads, available through the mibuso.com Subscription Program.
RSS Feed Recent mSP Downloads

 

What is this RSS?

An RSS file is basically a list of headlines encoded so that it can be easily used by another program or website. RSS is usually said to stand for "Really Simple Syndication" and it is relatively easy to implement and use. RSS is a form of XML (eXtensible Markup Language), which means that each piece of data in the list a headline, a description of a story is coded separately so that a program will know exactly what to do with it.

Programs that know what to do with RSS files are called "news aggregators." They let you read headlines from dozens or hundreds of news sites at one time. You simply plug in the addresses of the RSS files you want, such as the ones listed above.


Where can I get an RSS reader?

A fairly complete list of available readers, some of which are free, can be found in the Wikipedia: News Aggregators.



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