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||[Mar. 30th, 2006|12:06 pm]
Hi everyone! I'm launching a new site, a site designed to Solve Problems. Specifically, it's the problem of RSS being both really popular and kind of a pain to set up!
RSS feeds are used to syndicate content on websites to the world. A lot of web publishing software (like WordPress) has RSS feeds included, but a lot of it doesn't. Worse, there are sites that dangle RSS in front of you as a cherry, only enabling it if you pay them. That sucks! Whatever, WEBSITES.
RSSPECT is a new way to generate RSS feed without needing programming, dynamic content, or even databases. If your site is just plain old HTML, now you can have an RSS feed. If you've got a comic with a backend you made yourself, you can easily have an RSS feed too. Pretty sweet!
All you have to do is add a few markup tags to your pages once - these tags tell RSSPECT what to add to your RSS feed. Then we check your site regularly, and whenever you update, so does your feed! You control what gets added to the feed and what doesn't, and you can always log in to add, update, or delete posts by hand, if you want. You can even use the site to make an RSS feed without a website, if you want. It is FLEXIBLE.
Hopefully people will find this useful! It's free, of course. The logo for the site is by David Hellman, and is excellent, like everything David touches.
I hope you like it!