Skip nav, a Cheshire UK based provider of RSS [Rich Site Syndication] 'scraping' facilities ,unveils to the public a web service that empowers its users to be able to provide their own RSS feeds, with no prior programming knowledge or familiarity with RSS or XML [eXtensible Markup Language].

RSS is quickly becoming the most talked about technology on the Internet in current times. But is it a trend or is it here to stay?

RSS is a lightweight XML format designed for sharing news, blogs, product data and many other types of Web content. Originated by UserLand in 1997 and subsequently used by Netscape to fill channels for Netcenter, RSS has evolved into a popular means of sharing content between sites (including the BBC, Yahoo, CNET, CNN, Disney, Forbes, Motley Fool, Wired, Red Herring, Salon, Slashdot, ZDNet, and many more). RSS solves varying amounts of problems webmasters commonly face, such as increasing their traffic, and gathering and...

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