They say I need to “get a RSS feed up in that fucker.” What do they mean?

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12 Responses to They say I need to “get a RSS feed up in that fucker.” What do they mean?

  1. Ben says:

    You already have an RSS feed for this website, Tony, if that’s the fucker they’re referring to. Tell them to look at the bottom right of the site.

  2. infrar3d says:

    You’ve already got one, you just don’t have a link to it. WordPress comes with one by default. Here’s the link.

    I use it in Google Reader.

  3. Felipe Thirteen says:

    Dearest Anthony,
    You already have an RSS feed.

    If people subscribe to that they will receive your latest posts in their feed reader.


    Dr. Felipe Thirteen esq.

  4. Brandon Sussman says:

    It means a bit of code that automatically lets folks know when you post something.

    WordPress has plugins for this sort of thing. Look at my wife’s site ( all the way at the very very extremely bottom.

    I do this sort of thing (websites, I mean)

  5. Anne Noise says:

    You already have an RSS feed. Anyone who can’t find it – it’s labeled “entries RSS” under Meta on the right – is dumb. All WordPress blogs have it set up and turned on by default. This is how I saw this news post.

  6. aaron says:

    it means they’re not smart enough to see you already have one?

  7. Whenever you post a comic, those who have subscribed to your site via “RSS” will see your comic appear in a program along with all the other comics they have subscribed to. It saves people from visiting each website individually; they have all the material show up in one place.

    WordPress has its own RSS features, you’d just need to set them up on the site somewhere.

  8. Mike Baehr says:

    As Severin says, you gots RSS already. You don’t need to set anything up — there’s already a subscription link under “Meta” in the right column on the site.

  9. Circle Triangle says:

    I would’ve thought Chris Onstad would’ve explained this to you at some point on your book tours.

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