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  • n. Plural form of newsfeed.


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  • I remember when it first came on, they had newsfeeds from the future, Harlan Ellison complaining abouth things, they even went so far as to show discussions about the actual field of science fiction.

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  • Syndicate your content and it will show up in newsfeeds and web services everywhere.

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  • Your friends may love you, but seeing every excruciating detail of your weekend fridge-cleaning adventures in their newsfeeds is a bit much.

  • I thought for a moment that that was scary, but then thought, "At least it's better than where Fox News gets their newsfeeds, which is from Rush Limbaugh's imagination."

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  • CapeCodToday uses standard web "newsfeeds" (RSS) to automatically update the latest blog entries in your browser or newsreader.

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  • It's fairly easy on Facebook and LinkedIn (and now FastCompany. com too) - you can search by topic area; see network "newsfeeds" listing which groups your contacts have joined; often groups are listed in your contacts 'profiles too.

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