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Thing 5

RSS can be a difficult concept for some to grasp right away - what questions do you have? What didn't work or doesn't make sense? How might you use RSS in your personal or professional life? Find anything in your searching that you'd recommend to others?

I don't find the concept of RSS difficult, I merely had technical problems in trying to get the last method of subscription to work--I still haven't got that icon in the toolbar. So, I'm a D student on this one, I mastered two out of three. The advantage of using this facet is convenience. One E-Button pushed can bring you to your favorite blogs. I think I'd rather use the "favorites" button built into windows--you have a full-screen view, rather than the shrunken one from Bloglines. All in all, shortcuts are a good thing. Except in airplane construction.


RESA 23Things said…
Getting the subscribe button can be tricky. Are you sure you put it in your Links folder and that your Links toolbar is showing?

As for not seeing the whole page of a blog from the Blogger window, you can always click on the post name and you will be taken directly to the post on the blog.

Let us know if these suggestions work for you.

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