New RSS Feed

A message from the Recordnet.com staff:

We’re in the process of upgrading the software behind our blogs, in large part
to add some new features and capabilities you’ll be experiencing soon. As part
of this process, we’ve changed the location of our RSS feeds. To receive
continuous updates when we update this blog, please update your feed readers to
point here. Or if updating the feed reader is cumbersome,
simply unsubscribe from the old feed and then add the new feed as a new subscription.

“What’s an RSS feed” you ask? RSS stands for Really Simple
Syndication. RSS allows sites to easily distribute content in a format that is
accessible for many uses — not the least of which is that they can be
subscribed to via feed readers (Google Reader, Bloglines, Newsgator, and many
others), or added to customizable portals like iGoogle, My Yahoo!, My MSN, and
more. When a site with RSS feeds updates its content, the RSS feed for that
content is automatically updated, and so, too, are all the programs that have
subscribed to it.

In addition to the feed for this blog, we have many others available at www.recordnet.com/rss. Give
them a try, and let us know what you think.

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