New RSS Feature Launched!

As of today, you can also access my site's content through RSS.

Since I don't post content that frequently on this site, I got a lot of requests for an RSS feed, so you don't need to go to the site and check, but get notififed whenever new content arrives. Since I was already exposing some of my content through my public Web Services, adding an RSS feed was extremely easy.

You can access the site through the /Rss folder, located here: http://Imar.Spaanjaars.Com/Rss. Simply add this URL to your feed reader and you're good to go.

If you have a modern feed reader, like RSS Bandit, or Internet Explorer 7 you'll be able to see the comments posted below each article on my web site as sub items in your reader or as a link to a separate page with the comments under the article. The following image shows how this looks in RSS Bandit:

Preview of my blogs in RSS Bandit

while Internet Explorer 7.0 (currently in beta) shows this:

Preview of my blogs in Internet Explorer 7

By default, many feed readers will check a feed every 60 minutes or so. For my server, however, this is way too often. If you want to help limiting the amount of bandwith my server consumes, resulting in overall improved of the entire site, please change the change frequence in your RSS application to once a day or so.

Have fun with it and, as always, comments are more than welcome.

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