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A web feed is a lightweight mechanism used to provide users with details of updated content on the web. Content distributors provide web feeds with their content (known as syndication), and users can then monitor the feeds for changes or use the supplied content in other ways (known as subscribing).
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GeoRSS
Provides details of how to add geographic data to RSS and Atom feeds using Geography Markup Language (GML) or the simplified GeoRSS standards.
What is RSS/XML/Atom/Syndication?
Introduction to syndication from the weblog of Dave Shea.
Wikipedia: Web Feed
Encyclopedia article on the topic, including benefits, technical definition, and basic information on how to read feeds.
Wikipedia: Web Feed
Encyclopedia article on the topic, including benefits, technical definition, and basic information on how to read feeds.
What is RSS/XML/Atom/Syndication?
Introduction to syndication from the weblog of Dave Shea.
GeoRSS
Provides details of how to add geographic data to RSS and Atom feeds using Geography Markup Language (GML) or the simplified GeoRSS standards.
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