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Mmmmm, RSS
Feb 19, 2007 by broox

Who's ready for an easier way to stay on top of comments and forum posts here at SolidGrind? I sure am (as you've probably noticed). So, if refreshing the homepage or forum has been an annoyance of yours.. Read on for the solution.

Just point your favorite RSS reader to one of the SolidGrind feeds, and you'll be 100% updated with detailed SolidGrind updates from 1 spot.

If you don't have an RSS reader, here is a list of some popular readers for you...
-Web Based: Google Reader, Bloglines
-Windows: RSS Owl, SharpReader
-mac: NetNewsWire, NewsFire, Safari

We're starting off with the 2 most updated feeds, let me know what you think of them...

http://solidgrind.com/rss/forum/ - Last 10 Forum Posts
http://solidgrind.com/rss/comments/ - Last 10 Comments
Comments

Feb 19, 2007 AnthoFlex

So this is like a let you know who commented thing?

Thats sick, i was gonna suggest it, but i didnt know how to ask lol

Feb 19, 2007 shdook

Hell yeah, thanks derek!

Feb 19, 2007 SonicSoaper

Umm, okay.

Feb 19, 2007 RamenRadio

This is a pretty cool turn of events. Thanks Derek

Feb 20, 2007 SonicSoaper

I can't....decipher....the hiroglyphs!

Feb 20, 2007 broox

if yall don't understand what this article is about or need some help, get in touch with me. i can explain it further.

if you're just downloading one of these readers for the first time, be sure to plug in other sites as well. tons of sites out there (news sites, flickr, blogs, etc) offer RSS feeds to keep you updated on everything from just 1 spot.

rss rules.

Feb 20, 2007 shdook

Just go get google reader here then copy and paste the links provided and ur ready to be updated!

Feb 20, 2007 shdook

Sorry, html disabled go here:
www.google.com/reader

Feb 25, 2007 kobansora

Hooray for RSS!

~JJ

May 9, 2007 AnthoFlex

i still dont get this haha
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