Monday, 22 March 2010
RSS Readers (or how to keep up with all the Alteryx news in one place)
It might just be me who is behind the times, but until the end of last year I had never used a RSS reader. For those of you who don't know what a RSS reader is (or like me it is something you have vaguely heard about but never quite known what the point of one is), it is basically a piece of software (web or windows based) which pulls a number of news feeds together into one place. Still confused? Then click on the below link:
This is a bundle of Alteryx feeds created using Google's RSS reader (cleverly named Google Reader). What you see on that page is all the recent posts from my blog; Ron's blog; the official SRC Alteryx blog and questions posted on the SRC forums. So all you need to do is subscribe to that bundle and you can keep up with all the Alteryx hints, tips and news in one place (http://www.google.com/reader). And what's more if new Alteryx news feeds become available in the future (or if anyone knows of any now that I am missing) then I will add them to that bundle and as a subscriber you will automatically start receiving those feeds as well.
So what are you waiting for? Subscribe now!