Re: It's all about ME!
- From: Sean O'Hara <seanohara@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2009 14:26:29 -0500
In the Year of the Earth Rat, the Great and Powerful Keith F. Lynch declared:
> As with all websites, there's no obvious way to keep track of which
parts you've already seen. Or is that supposed to be the browser's
job? I know that in at least some graphical browsers, links you've
been to are different colors than ones you haven't been to. But that
presumably relies on three things:
It's called RSS -- you use a program, a browser add-on, or a web-app to keep track of updates, and it displays only the ones you haven't read. It makes web browsing extremely efficient -- no more going to your favorite site only to discover that it hasn't been updated today.
Sean O'Hara <http://www.diogenes-sinope.blogspot.com>
New audio book: As Long as You Wish by John O'Keefe
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