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Good news--we've added RSS feeds for each ZDNet member's blog, which will make it easier for friends, fans and fellow workers to keep up with your posts. Anyone who wants to can subscribe to the feed and get links to your latest blog entries delivered to their desktop.
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Written by Karen Friar, News editor, ZDNet UK on
Good news--we've added RSS feeds for each ZDNet member's blog, which will make it easier for friends, fans and fellow workers to keep up with your posts. Anyone who wants to can subscribe to the feed and get links to your latest blog entries delivered to their desktop. You'll find the RSS icon for the individual feed in the top right corner of the member's blog in their profile.
Individual RSS feed

Click on this, and you'll be taken to a page where you can either subscribe to the feed via your browser, or grab the feed URL if you use a standalone RSS reader. You might have noticed that we've had this feature up and running for a while. We've spent the last few weeks ironing out glitches and making sure it all works smoothly. If it doesn't, let me know. We want to make it easy for you to stay on top of the blogs posted by your contacts or your favourite ZDNet writers. Of course, we have had feeds for the ZDNet content, such as news and reviews, for much longer. There's an RSS icon on every page, on the top right, that takes you to the list of ZDNet feeds, if you want to check that out. (We also have plans for a revamped system of alerts for all of our content--watch this space for news.) If you're new to RSS, visit the FeedBurner Help Center, which has a good FAQ. Or you can send me questions, comments or concerns through the ZDNet message system or by emailing community.manager@zdnet.co.uk

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