17 May, 2007

What is RSS?




RSS is a handy way to keep up to date with all that is out there on the Web these days.
It saves your time visiting several favourite sites only to find nothing new has been added.

This simple video from blip.tv will give you a basic introduction to RSS which stands for Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication.

Watch the video and tell us what you think, maybe even subscribe (FREE) to this Blog?



During Library Week 21-27th May come to a special internet class on Library Thing and catalogue your home library online at Rosanna Library Monday 21st May, 7-8pm. Bookings essential.

Discover your 'Second Life' and explore a virtual community Online at Diamond Valley Library, 6.30-8pm. Basic computer skills, useful.

What type of Online classes would you like to see the Library offering? Let's hear from YOU!

Use the comment box below.

2 comments:

Librarian Idol said...

You're doing a session on SL? That is so awesome! I want to work for you guys... :)

Anonymous said...

I belong to a Writing group. There are usually a dozen of us who meet at each other's houses. We would like to learn how to write haiku.

How do we go about doing this? Do Australian poets write haiku?

Do you stock any haiku books on your shelves?