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    rssense

    Hi

    I've just come across a site called rssense.com .

    The concept is pretty cool and new.

    From the site :
    With RSSense technology you do not need to select the feeds yourself, we automatically insert the most appropiate feeds based on your site content. Furthermore, you can select which type of technology will be used to include the RSSense feeds in your site, and setup everything down to the detail.

    * Free, self updating RSS content for your web sites.
    * Installs quickly and easily.
    * Can automatically select feeds for your site based on keyword matching, or your site contents.
    * Content included via JavaScript, PHP, or posted to your FTP server, or even your blog!
    * No login required.
    Last edited by anjanesh; Jul 28, 2005 at 00:47.
    Anjanesh

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    Feeds Out of Control?

    Yeah I think the concept is pretty cool. However, I still think people would want to have the right control over their content.

    Eventhough dynamically updated content can get your site in a good position, it's equally important to know what is being displayed. That's because majority of the topics on the web have been narrowed down small niches.

    I think I would still prefer to add rss feeds to my website which are of my choice and would suite my needs.

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    Instead of us searching for a RSS feed to parse, RSSense 'senses' what kind of feed is required for the website by based on the site's content, keyword matching and other methods like meta tags etc to determine what the site is all about. More or less like an AI code to figure out what kind of info site provides and its functionality.

    Based in this it'll provide us the RSS Feed - we dont have to search for it.
    Anjanesh


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