Top 10 Uses for RSS Feeds in Law Firms


RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is best described as a technology that automates Web surfing. With an RSS reader, Internet users can scan the most recent articles from their favorite publications, as soon as they are available online.

RSS is revolutionary because it changes the way we consume information online. Prior to RSS, we ?surfed and searched? for online content, which was extremely time intensive. With most online publishers now providing RSS feeds, Internet users don?t have to surf and search ? they can easily monitor news or updates on the content they care about.

This article published in the November issue of the Texas Bar Journal, cites my top ten uses for RSS feeds in a law firm setting.

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