UK Web Archive: Thousands of UK websites have been collected since 2004 and the Archive is growing fast. Here you can see how sites have changed over time, locate information no longer available on the live Web and observe the unfolding history of a spectrum of UK activities represented online. Sites that no longer exist elsewhere are found here and those yet to be archived can be saved for the future by nominating them. The Archive contains sites that reflect the rich diversity of lives and interests throughout the UK. Search is by Title of Website, Full Text or URL, or browse by Subject, Special Collection or Alphabetical List.
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There are so many information sources to keep up with on the internet. Before RSS, you would have to visit each page individually to see if there was any new content. RSS works the other way round: you log in to your RSS reader and all the new stories are brought to you. You just tell your RSS reader the sites you’re interested in.
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There is a useful introduction to RSS on the BBC site.