In the 10/6/2011 post, “Blog and E-Mail: A Review of Functions,” I asked, “RSS Feeds – I don’t have a clue. The tech guys just said it needed to be there. Can anyone out there explain it?” A LYS reader sent in the following answer:
Hey SC, Your RSS (Real Simple Syndication) subscription sends your posts to my Google home page (i.e., previously established and rarely utilized). When I subscribe to RSS “comments”, I get those on my Google homepage too. You have other options listed (e.g., netvibes, newsgator, etc.) that are other “feed reader” sources. For me, I notice more of your posts on Twitter because I utilize that more than the Google page… just some feedback for you. I really appreciate your blog posts and I share them often with my colleagues. Keep ’em coming! SC Response Thanks for the answer and thanks for following. As long as the LYS Nation keeps reading and participating, I’ll keep up my end of our on-going discussion. Think. Work. Achieve. Your turn… Call Jo at (832) 477-LEAD to order your campus set of “The Fundamental 5: The Formula for Quality Instruction.” Individual copies available on! Follow Sean Cain and LYS on Attend the LYS presentations at the Texas School Improvement Conference on 10/26/11 and 10/27/11 Confirmed 2012 Presentations: NASSP Conference; NASB Conference