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Old 03-27-2005, 12:49 PM   #1
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My new Firefox browser uses it for live bookmarks, so that's why i asked. tis ok tho
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I haver thought about implmenting something to support RSS feeds. Are others interested in this? I never messed with them much so I dont know the real benifits or appeal to RSS feeds.
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well if someone subscribed to a Rss feed (say you had one) then they could veiw the sites newest and most reacent post's in there live bookmarks (firefox) (way cool browser btw) or publish them to another site.

The reverse is also true with things like the yahoo site. recent posts can be published on this site, like they are here on the home page of this site http://www.talkingreef.com/

But my soul intrest with it is the live bookmarks.
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