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DEFINITION: GeoRSS is a method of describing and pinpointing the physical locations of Internet content. Using GeoRSS, it is possible to search for Web sites or items based on relevant geographic locations. In addition, GeoRSS facilitates the immediate dissemination of RSS feeds to specific users based on event type and location. For example, during an outbreak of severe weather in Minnesota, all tornado-related  … 
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RSS DEFINITION (continued): …  alerts and warnings within 100 kilometers of a specified location such as postal ZIP code 55455 can be delivered to a user's computer, personal digital assistant (PDA), cellular telephone set or other digital communications device. GeoRSS makes use of Geography Markup Language (GML), a way of storing and transporting geographic data in Extensible Markup Language (XML). The original GML model was based on the Resource Description Framework (RDF) developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). GML retains many of the features of RDF including intelligent agents and a standard syntax for describing … 
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