Read a Feed Today

Posted on: August 19th, 2005 4:53 AM GMT

Topic: firefox features, feeds, live bookmarks

If you're not what you'd call a technically inclined user, but you use the web to keep up with your friend's blogs and other news, and you use Firefox, then this may interest you. It's called a feed (a.k.a. live bookmark). A feed is available whenever you see this icon in the lower right hand corner of Firefox: an orange icon that looks like a radio broadcast wave

When you visit a website and see that icon, click on it. You'll be prompted to create a bookmark. Once done, you'll have a list of the latest updates for that website in your bookmarks under a neat little folder. The list refreshes itself whenever the website is updated. You can create as many of these as wou want and organize them in your bookmarks folder.

How convenient is that? It's a time saver, and lets you absorb all those websites a lot quicker, saving you time and making you smarter in the process.

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