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Stay in sync with TomographyBlog.com! April 16, 2008

Posted by tomography in web 2.0.
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In the era of Web 2.0 there is no need to type in your favorite website’s URL into a browser, you can just add it to your Favorites. What is even better is a three letter word: RSS. It stands for Really Simple Syndication, and it is offered by most blogs, news sites,and generally all websites whose content changes rapidly. With an RSS reader such as FeedReader, Google Reader, or the Flock browser you can add your favorite sites, and all new information will find you! You set it up once, and its automatic from then on.

Why should you use RSS? Because it saves time! In a couple minutes you can literally read the headlines of hundreds of your favorite websites, and all the pertinent information will knock in your RSS reader! All major medical sites and even PubMed offer RSS.

You can sign up to our feed by clicking the blue rectangle on the top right hand corner, and from then on, all our new posts will come to you. In this same rectangle you will find the Odiogo button. By clicking this button, you will be directed to our Odiogo Feed site where you can access and download all our post in mp3 format. The recordings are made by an algorythm and read by a calm male voice. I recommed you give it a try!

– Andras

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