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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Liferea is an abbreviation for Linux Feed Reader, a news aggregator for online news feeds. It supports the major feed formats including RSS/RDF and Atom and can import and export subscription lists in OPML format. Liferea is intended to be a fast, easy to use, and easy to install news aggregator for GTK+ that can be used with the GNOME desktop. Liferea also supports Podcasting.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! RSS Cloud is an extension to the RSS protocol that enables real-time push notifications or distributed Publish/subscribe communication for feeds. This is done using a element where more information is given on how a subscriber should request updates. RSS Cloud is not limited to RSS feeds but can also be used with other feed formats such as Atom. On September 7th 2009 WordPress became the first large supporter of the protocol, enabling the tag for over 7.5 million hosted blogs on WordPress.com. Another protocol providing roughly the same is PubSubHubbub. Contrary to RSS Cloud, PubSubHubbub push notifications include content of the updated feed entries and do not unsubscribe after 25 hours.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Aggregator features are frequently built into portal sites, Web browsers, and email programs. The aggregator provides a consolidated view of the content in a single browser display or desktop application. Such applications are also referred to as RSS readers, feed readers, feed aggregators, news readers, or search aggregators. Aggregators with podcasting capabilities can automatically download media files, such as MP3 recordings. In some cases, these can be automatically loaded onto portable media players when they are connected to the end-user''s computer. Recently, so-called RSS-narrators have appeared, which not only aggregate text-only news feeds, but also convert them into audio recordings for offline listening. The syndicated content an aggregator will retrieve and interpret is usually supplied in the form of RSS or other XML-formatted data, such as RDFXML or Atom. For example, if there are many sites you visit frequently, without RSS the only way you can find out if anything on the sites has been updated is to go to each site individually. This can take a long time.
Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Computer Science - Commercial Information Technology, grade: 2,0, Technical University of Chemnitz, course: term paper writing, language: English, abstract: Management of information is gaining rising importance in knowledge intensive projects. Many information sources in the web provide feeds for easy accessibility. While there are a variety of software tools for personal feed consumption, collaborative approaches are still rare. This research project focuses on the theoretical aspect of feeds and their technical background like Atom and RSS. Furthermore it gives an overview about the historical development and intention of feeds and how it is used today. It also provides an overview about related research projects and existing tools. The paper concludes with an ideal social feed reader using common principles of social software, like tagging, social networking, social recommendation and microblogging.