Updated: January 3, 2013
The internet is a rich source of information. If you like to surf, then chances are, you have a list of your favorite websites.
This list tends to be short if you purely rely on memory but with all the new websites and blogs which come out everyday, how do you manage to remember and visit all of them?
The answer is by subscribing to their RSS feed and sharing them in social bookmarking websites.
What exactly is RSS? The acronym stands for RDF Site Summary but has become popularly known as Really Simple Syndication. Below is a very informative video by Common Craft that explains RSS in plain english:
Social bookmarking has become very popular in recent years simply because it is useful and fun. It doesn’t only make you remember your favorite websites, but it also shares them to other people so that they can likewise read and enjoy those web pages.
Plus, it connects you with other people whose interests are similar to yours. Below is another video by Common Craft that explains what social bookmarking is and how it exactly works.
These modern techniques, RSS subscriptions and using Social Bookmarking websites, are currently the best way to read and organize your favorite websites.
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