I often see multiple subscription options in the head of a web page. For example: <link rel="alternate" type="application/atom+xml" title="Foo's blog - Atom" ...
I am trying to publish a Google spreadsheet as an RSS feed using Google Chrome. When I go to File → Publish to web and then go to Get a link to the published data, the option Atom/RSS feed is not ...
I am quite sure the question title is not helpful, thus, here is the long version: Is there any "common practice" method to extend feeds to give readers an option to load more entries? What I want ...
I like this comic: Non Sequitur But it has no feed/rss/atom. It's possible to build one using Yahoo Pipes, YQL or other service?
When I find some cool new RSS I want to add it to Google Reader and read ALL posts(even the oldest ones). How can I do that? When you come up with "Top X RSS to follow on Y topic" blog post you want ...