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You can then ‘subscribe' to this feed (for free) and run it through a piece of software called a reader.
This enables you to read the summarised content of the site - quick, easy and completely under your control. At uk, we use it to display the latest jobs in certain geographical areas or employment sectors.
We also use them on this section ‘Career Development' for News, Articles, Top Tips or Whitepapers like this one.
They're also used to display news headlines across a range of subjects and interests, show updates on blogs, display the latest business information and can even send cartoons, jokes and entertainment direct to your desktop.
New comics are posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with each comic accompanied with title text serving as Randall's commentary.(Info from this Dreamwidth comment by mme_hardy, confirming my personal experiences with Live Journal RSS feeds over the last several months.)What this means is that the content of any entries you read, including locked ones by both you and other people, are trivially visible to anyone who can eavesdrop on your net connection, including (often) other people on your local network, and anyone on the path between you and Live Journal such as your ISP and anyone with access to the data flowing across international cables or access to the data as it enters the Russian hosting facility, whereas https connections are encrypted in a way such that those people can see that data is flowing but can’t read it absent considerably more niche and intensive technical measures.and customizing the template for how your LJ entries will show up on your “blog”.It's just a word with no phonetic pronunciation -- a treasured and carefully-guarded point in the space of four-character strings." However, it has been noted () that if each letter of the alphabet is mapped to 1 through 26, the sum of the values for X, K, C, and D is equal to 42.The value may be significant since this is the answer given to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything by the supercomputer in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. xkcd began as a series of Randall Munroe's hand-drawn sketches which were first posted on Randall's Live Journal account named xkcd_drawings.