Hugo’s default RSS template publishes an unlimited number of items and shows a summary rather than full content. Also, the feed URL and the content Hugo generates vary depending on the active page’s content type – post, page, section, category or tag.
Updated 14 November 2012: the solution to get an RSS feed for a generic tag (not a tag by Delicious user) in this post no longer works (thanks Judith Townend for mentioning it on Twitter). If anyone has a workaround to get an RSS feed for a tag, please add it in the comments section.
There are many ways to keep up to date with new content on the web though this task can sometimes be overwhelming. Where do you start? How do you know if people are talking about your company or product on other websites? How do you find other blog authors talking about the same issues that you’re interested in? Google Blog Search helps you find what people are saying on other blogs by providing a search tool specific to blogs, rather than the entire web.
Last month, I submitted a podcast of conference speeches to the iTunes Music Store.