Why we added an RSS feed to the blog

By Kelly Pedro on Dec 16, 2019 2 min read

You may have noticed that the Zeitspace blog has been chock full of new content since September.

We’ve been posting stories about industry trends, user experience design, and other things the Zeitspace team has been involved with regularly in the last few months. We share these posts on our LinkedIn and Twitter pages, but now there’s another way readers can find out when there’s new content on the site.

The Zeitspace blog has an RSS feed. (You can subscribe below.)

RSS, short for Really Simple Syndication, has been around for more than 20 years and is a time-saving way for readers to keep up with their favourite blogs, podcasts, or media sites. 

Rather than navigate to the Zeitspace blog to check out whether there’s new content available, or find out about new content when you happen to be on social media, an RSS feed means you can get our content as soon as it’s been published.

Our content comes to you — you’ll just need to download an RSS feed reader or sign up for an online one, such as Feedly.

RSS isn’t as popular as it once was, but media companies, such as the New York Times, still use RSS feeds. So does The Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, CTV News, and other Canadian media outlets. CBC has multiple feeds, including a local one, as does The Record.

And as Patrick Howell O'Neill declared in a recent piece in Gizmodo: “Folks, RSS is still good.”

We couldn’t agree more.

So subscribe to our RSS feed and let us know what you think. You can use this link to the Zeitspace Blog feed — try adding it to your RSS reader. 

Topics: News
Kelly Pedro

Written by Kelly Pedro

Kelly Pedro is a journalist at Zeitspace.