- From: sillybanter@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2006 03:21:47 GMT
Nicholas King <ze@xxxxxx> wrote:
Jan de Vos <jdv@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:It's a homework question which the original poster could've quite easily
On 2006-06-04, sakitah <sakitah2000@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Which just goes to show how relying on Google can often give
I have a question that might seem a bit lame, but what does RSS meanOne would think you could google that easily enough yourself.
and what does it do exactly?
However, since I'm writing this anyway, here is some information from
their webpage (www.rss.org.uk):
Welcome to the Royal Statistical Society
completely the wrong answer. I would bet dollars to donuts that the
original poster was talking is the web site summary language RSS.
This can stand for "Really Simple Syndication" or "RDF Site Summary"
or several other things, depending on who you ask.
Here's a good link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS_(protocol)
looked up themselves and found.
It's common behaviour on the internet to lead them the wrong way so they
learn to do their homework themselves.
If someone is so foolish to submit Royal Statistical Society as the
answer to their homework when it clearly isn't the case then they'll
learn a lesson about doing their homework.
Ah, silly me. That one went just straight over my head....
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