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ALSO CALLED: RSS Stream, Web Syndication Formats, Content Aggregation, RSS Feed, RSS/XML, Rich Site Summary, RDF Site Summary, Really Simple Syndication, Content Syndication, Webfeed
DEFINITION: RSS is an XML-based vocabulary for distributing Web content in opt-in feeds. Feeds allow the user to have new content delivered to a computer or mobile device as soon as it is published. An RSS aggregator or RSS reader allows the user to see summaries of all their feeds in one place. Instead of visiting multiple Web pages to check for new content, the user can look at the summaries and choose which  … 
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RSS DEFINITION (continued): …  sites to visit for the full versions.RSS is an abbreviation for describing one of three different standards, which include:RDF Site Summary (RSS .9 and 1.0)Rich Site Summary (RSS 0.91 and 1.0)Really Simple Syndication (RSS 2.0)RSS adheres to the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Resource Description Framework (RDF). Originally developed by Netscape for the Netcenter channels in its Web browser, Navigator, the RSS specification is now available for anyone to use. To use RSS, any Web site that wants to "publish" some of its content, such as news headlines or stories, creates a description of the … 
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