I kinda know what RSS is. The time has arrived that I have decided I think I need to use it. Firstly I need to find out what it really is. I did some looking and I have a good idea now. I need to download a program. But there are a few to choose from and I really have no idea. I have looked at newsgator and newsmonster. Both look overly complicated with far more features than what I want. I think I will just put it in the too hard basket for a while. Rephrased, I will research for quite a while without focusing on it too much. My usual MO, perhaps.
Actually I wonder if it is a good idea for me? It can be frustrating at times when you click on someone's blog day after day and they have written nothing, but you know when they do, it will be a gem. You think, well they must be very busy. There are the totally dependable blogs, guaranteed to have something new and fresh to say.
Then there are ones with very long posts. I must try not to slip into that. No matter how worthy the topic and although I am far from young, I have the attention span of a modern young person and I really can't be bothered reading long posts, with some personal exceptions, especially when they are very personal posts.
Nah, I won't do this rss feed for a while. I like clicking on people's blogs, whether they have posted or not. Call it a 21st century personal connection. You are not just fed into my computer for me to quickly scan and delete. I make an effort and read your blog and get to know you up to a point. I go to your blog and read what you write. It stays in context. Sometimes I may look at your links, photos, profile, blogger mates.
But I am not being critical of people who use rss feeds. I expect they have many blogs to keep up with. Just not my thing.