A few folks are still hesitant to use RSS as a way of filtering their infosumption. A bunch of us still hem and haw when trying to explain RSS (Really Simple huh?). Even when we keep it simple, the adult audiences are still trying to figure out the science or something.
While storyboarding a presentation, I thought of this acronym:
RSS = Relevant Signal Stream
That's all we're really looking for, yes? For our feed reader to be a filter of noise and get us a clear signal.
Join in on this please … would RSS = Relevant Signal Stream put the not-so-tech-comfy at ease so we can get to the benefits of RSS?
Here's the storyboard I was working on if you're interested (the RSS acronym is slide # 5):
(and this is another reason why storyboarding is part of the Sansone Way: 1st 20 days)