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.
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