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Saturday, June 25, 2005

Future Windows to include RSS support



[excerpted from OrangeJack]

You may not know what RSS is right now, or even care. But you will know soon. [continued at OrangeJack]

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"Why Feed RSS to the Aggregators?"

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[excerpted from Yahoo/AP]

Microsoft Corp. said Friday that the next version of its Windows operating system will have built-in support for Internet data feeds, an increasingly popular way to get news and other information channeled straight to a computer.

RSS, short for Really Simple Syndication, hasn't broken into widespread use yet, but the world's largest software maker believes it will become a mainstay.

"We really believe that RSS is key to how people will be using the Internet in the future,"

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