We all know what RSS
is, right? When a blog that supports it publishes something, that content is immediately pushed to RSS subscribers via their reader of choice. And just like a text message, once something goes out over RSS it can't be recalled — so if you publish something and then immediately un
publish, your RSS subscribers might still have a copy.
This is exactly the situation in which I found myself yesterday with a story from Mobile Syrup
, and it's a good one: Apparently Koodo was (is?) to release a plan with an unusually reasonable and affordable LTE data bucket for this part of Canada. It showed up in my news reader but is nowhere to be found on Mobile Syrup proper.
Thanks to the magic of RSS, here is that story: