Sunday, August 07, 2005

Blog Feed

If the title of this post doesn't make sense to you, don't worry. It didn't make sense to me either until this afternoon. The lovely and talented Roxi informed me about this handy way of getting information delivered to you from websites that are frequently updated. For example, if you are like me and have a personalized Google homepage, you can customize it to get news feeds that are continuously updated. So the news is always current. Well, with a simple line of code, you could also get feeds from this blog! Ain't technology grand!?! So if you are interested in being up to the minute on the happenings in the world of Wes, here is my blog feed:



Bubba said...


roxanne said...

Yes, and if you have mozilla, you can click on the little red box on the bottom of your window that lights up if the site has capabilities (it's gray if it doesn't have capabilities; and it says "xml").

Anyway, if you have mozilla's firefox browser, and the xml thing is red, you can click it and create a bookmark that changes with the headlines.

I have a bunch of blogs on my google homepage (just click on the cusomize option) and then create your own, and enter the blog's html address and after the address, add atom.xml. So for example, for this blog, under CREATE A SECTION, you'd put
then click go.

It should tell you what the latest post is on this blog.