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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who had battled cancer for more than a decade, was the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court and the first to become a pop culture icon. She was an occasional visitor to San Diego, inspiring the local legal community and law students.

Sure, there were the RBG bobbleheads, the Halloween getups, the lace collars, the workout videos.

For Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died at home surrounded by her family on Friday evening (Sept. 18) at the age of 87, the phrase from the Hebrew Bible, “Tzedek, tzedek tirdof,” summed up perfectly her calling as jurist and a Jew: “Justice, justice you shall pursue

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at age 87, repeatedly showed a steely resilience in the face of personal loss and health problems

WEEKEND STORIES

While AB 2147 was hailed as correcting a ‘historic wrong,’ prisoner reentry experts question whether the legislation will have its intended effect

As losses of more than $700 million continue to mount, San Diego leaders are pressing the state to approve “safe reopening” guidelines so that convention centers throughout the state can once again host meetings and trade shows early next year

Imani Barbarin — writer, blogger and disability activist — discusses how conversations around Chadwick Boseman’s cancer diagnosis have been harmful and ableist

Victory over Mariners clinches first playoff berth in 14 years; magic number to clinch home series is three

California will not accept new unemployment claims as state works to prevent fraud and reduce a backlog

“Schitt’s Creek” set Emmy records, while “Watchmen” and “Succession” helped lead HBO to a dominant night in a surreal evening.

A judge issued an order temporarily halting the U.S. Department of Commerce from implementing restrictions that would remove WeChat from U.S. app stores.

Fierce legal battles with Apple and global regulators threatened the San Diego company’s unique business model. But Qualcomm came out with its patent licensing program intact as the 5G era begins

The La Jolla school will heavily rely on technology and peer pressure as thousands of students populate its dorms

Police consider tactical communication as one way to de-escalate a situation, but they also view use of force and less-lethal weapons as options. Some reformers disagree

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Who gets asylum? A decade of immigration court data reveals a capricious asylum system that has fallen short of its promise of safety for 40 years

An asylum seeker’s chances at protection hinge on numerous factors that often seem arbitrary — from location to nationality to individual judge assigned — according to a Union-Tribune analysis of immigration court records

Researchers found that more than 1 million records of U.S. immigration cases were missing from recently released government databases

Reporters Kate Morrissey and Lauryn Schroeder discuss how they approached the second installment in a multi-part series that explores the asylum system and whether it is working the way it was intended

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A diversity of views and perspectives

The Community Voices Project is a forum for respectful discourse about news of the day and matters of the community that brings dozens of thought leaders together in a public dialogue, which can be a model for others.

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Fourth in a series: A project marking the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment

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Contested congressional seats in the nation’s suburbs are becoming battlefields, and each party is wielding what it hopes will be a potent weapon

Four years ago, the allure of conservative Supreme Court appointments helped persuade skeptical Republicans to support Donald Trump for president

The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday immediately jolted the presidential race, putting President Donald Trump in position to make a third appointment to the Supreme Court.

President Donald Trump is stepping up his rhetoric on cultural issues, aiming to boost enthusiasm among rural Wisconsin voters

Hear from Eric Hosmer, Fernando Tatis Jr. and Jayce Tingler and see the reaction from fans as the Padres clinch a postseason berth for the first time since 2006.

This session is geared toward families of students with disabilities. Experts will discuss and answer your questions about parents’ and students’ rights during school closures.

An Associated Press review of medical records for four detained immigrant women and interviews with lawyers have revealed growing allegations that a gynecologist performed surgeries and other procedures that the women never sought or didn’t fully understand

Customs and Border Protection officials said it’s not the first time officers have had to break open boulder or other items to find hidden drugs

A panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned an injunction protecting vast numbers of immigrants from being deported. Appeal expected.

Photos: Padres clinch playoff spot

The Padres end a 14-year playoff drought with a 7-4, 11-inning win over the Mariners on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020.

Padres on deck: Mariners series shifted to Petco

Previewing the Padres’ three-game series against the Seattle Mariners: 6:40 p.m. Friday, 6:10 p.m. Saturday and 1:10 p.m. Sunday

Photos: Padres vs. Dodgers Series- Sept. 2020

San Diego Padres hosted the Los Angeles Dodgers at Petco Park.

Padres on deck: Division within reach as Dodgers visit

Previewing the Padres’ three-game home series against the Los Angeles Dodgers: 6:10 p.m. Monday and Tuesday and 1:10 p.m. Wednesday

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RSS Feeds Creation Website Now Rerouting Cache Through Their Cloud Based File System for a Better and Faster User Experience

mysitefeed.com would like their users to know that they can now expect to have a better and faster experience when working with their website. This is because many queries are now being cached through their cloud server's file system which results in blazing fast performance. This was done out of necessity as this popular site to create RSS feeds approaches the 10,000+ feed mark which had previously caused some performance issues with the system. The company, which has been running since 2007, says that it will continue to do whatever it takes for their clients to have a user-friendly experience when using their website.

Longtime employee Debbie McMurtry, says, “We are very excited about the fact that we are approaching some 10,000 feeds since our website was first created 13-years ago. That’s a pretty big accomplishment for any internet-based service provider. Although the 10,000-feed figure is a mark we had always hoped for, we have come to realize that it also offers some drawbacks as far as the way that many users had slowed down the performance of our website. Luckily, we have some gifted techs that discovered we can bring our system’s speeds back up significantly by rerouting cache through their cloud-based server’s file system. We have already received several compliments from users as they have come to realize that our site’s speed has significantly improved and that has resulted in a much more enjoyable site use experience for them.”

McMurtry says that for those who are not familiar with what RSS feeds are, she says they are a very handy way to help businesses and other users’ direct traffic back to the information that they have on their websites. According to the longtime employee, this is a great way for the site’s users to generate new and repeat visitors to their websites. She says this can be extremely helpful for website owners that have sites built using static HTML or use eCommerce cart systems. RSS can best be described as a family of XML dialects for web syndication that are primarily used by news websites and weblogs. McMurtry went on to say there are three popular versions of RSS feeds. These are Rich Site Summary (RSS 0.91), RDF Site Summary (RSS 0.9 and 1.0), and Really Simple Syndication (RSS 2.0). Since these are not easy feeds to create for average computer users, she says that’s why people come to their site to get help creating them.

The longtime employee went on to say that RSS technology enables internet users to take advantage of websites that have conveniently provided them with RSS feeds. She says that typically these are websites that are known to frequently change and add content. By using sites like mysitefeed.com, that will allow website owners to use specially designed software to create their own RSS feeds. RSS feeds usually describe the site owner’s website article in a few sentences and have a link to take the reader to the complete article on a website. The longtime employee stated that sites that feature RSS links are also very popular because unlike with most newspapers these days and other information services, the content on them most generally can be accessed for free. McMurtry acknowledged that there are other benefits that website owners get from using RSS feeds too. This includes their frequent readers being able to track updates and new information posted on the site using an aggregator. She added that some of the categories that mysitefeed.com can help users create an RSS feed for include business, entertainment, health, real estate, law, ringtones, sports, and several miscellaneous categories.

For those that are interested in getting more information on how to make RSS feeds, they can refer to the company website for information on how to do this. There is no charge for using the basic mysitefeed.com RSS creation service and those that want an enhanced and more professional experience simply have to pay $8.95 per month.

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For more information about mysitefeed.com, contact the company here:

mysitefeed.com
Debbie McMurtry
7204893790
create-rss-feeds@mysitefeed.com
732 Front St Suite #209
Louisville, CO 80027

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