RSS, as we know, means Really Simple Syndication.
Let’s imagine that KISS means Keeping It Simple Syndication.
An adequate use of RSS combined with KISS may help to reduce RISK (Rats, I Should Know) problems and this feeling:
Law.com’s Legal Technology page has a nice overview of the use of RSS to keep current but the focus is on keeping up-to-date on matters that might specifically affect one’s clients, or potential clients. The article is written by the David Whelan of Osgoode Hall’s Great Library.
Previous posts, here, have discussed the approaches outlined in the article – aggregating and filtering feeds – and some of the tools.