Archive for August 28, 2013
When the Netscape portal released the original version of RSS in March of 1999, it was then called RDF. These letters stood for Resource Description Framework. The original concept behind RDF could be traced back to 1995, and specifically the Meta Content Framework that was developed by Apple’s Advanced Technology Group.
In July 1999, Netscape released its first updated version of RDF, which known as RSS 0.91. During this time, RSS was met with wide approval by web publishers who were looking for a fast and easy way to syndicate their content across the web. Since 1999, RSS been a top choice for web users longing for the convenience of instantly receiving news via RSS feeds for websites they used.
When you think of all of the internet trends and websites that have come and gone since the dawn of the new millennium, it makes you wonder how anything on the web can last 15 years? According to mostpopularwebsite.net, only four of the top ten web destinations have been around as long as