I love RSS.
I’ve loved it since I first discovered Google Reader (R.I.P) in the mid 2000’s. Back then, RSS was the best source for getting updates from the people you wanted to follow. It was easy to set up a blog for free and the tools were already in place to help you get noticed.
Then Twitter happened.
While I still followed all my RSS feeds (my app of choice now is Feedly) I noticed that people were blogging less and things shifted towards more fleeting content in Tweets.
But recently, since Twitter is pretty much destoying itself, there’s been a bit of a resurgence in blogging, and because of this, RSS is on the rise once more.
People are taking back control of their content and I love that.
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Something from the archives
Here are a couple of posts from my blog which you may not have come across.
Three methods for adding CSS to your website: If you’re new to web development, here are the three main ways you can add styling to your websites.
Help Your Future Self: Some tips on how to help your future self (or others) to understand the code you write today.
rm: Clarifying how to use one of the most risky command line tools. Use with caution!
Before you go… I have a question.
Do you have an RSS feed on your blog? I’d love to check it out.
Get in touch and let me know.