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RSS (Really Simple Syndication) For Land Surveyors

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FEMA RSS Feeds for Disasters and GIS

I ran across a helpful resource for tracking natural disasters via RSS from FEMA for those who are emergency response surveyors.  You can track these feeds also using Google Earth because the feeds are in GeoRSS format and other location-based file formats. FEMA GIS Data Feeds   Name   Provider Metadata Preview  Shapefile Map KMZ WMS geoRSS/ Excel   Current Disaster  Declarations   FEMA GIS Metadata View shp Map KMZ WMS geoRSS   Historical Disaster  Declarations   FEMA GIS Metadata View…

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Glossary of RSS Related Terms

Glossary of RSS Related Terms Implementing RSS (Really Simple Syndication) can be aided by an understanding of the terms relating to RSS. Learn the ABCs of RSS.... A - AutoDiscovery Auto Discovery is code that is inserted into the header of an HTML web page, which then indicates to readers that an RSS feed is available for the content. B - Blogs Blogs are web logs that are updated regularly, usually on a daily basis. Blogs generally contain information related to a specific topic. In some…

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First Off, What Is RSS Anyway?

  What is RSS? RSS (Rich Site Summary) is a format for delivering regularly changing web content. Many news-related sites, weblogs and other online publishers syndicate their content as an RSS Feed to whoever wants it. To your right you'll see the web standard RSS icon.  When you see an icon like that on any webpage, you know that there is a feed for that site which you can subscribe to. Why RSS? Benefits and Reasons for using RSS RSS solves a problem for people who regularly use the web. For a…

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