RSS, for those of you unfamiliar with the technology, is a relatively new means of transmitting data. The letters don't stand for anything (though rumor has it that they're named for the inventor's cats: Rasputin, Sassafras, and Stupid), but they enable cyberauthors (or "internet bloggists") to encapsulate data within microscopic electric pellets. By installing an RSS Nozzle on your computer, word processor, or Smith-Corona typewriter, you are able to "feed" information to a "feed eater" application. The only precaution you must take is to cease RSS feeding after midnight.