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RSS Feeds from YouTube – Navajo Word of the Day

November 25, 2011

Daybreakwarrior YouTube feed. Click to Expand.

5.2020 Google Reader has been discontinued. There are alternative RSS readers here.

Daybreakwarrior has been uploading a series called Navajo Word of the Day. He has been very good at explaining each word, its usage, and provides a few sample phrases. Each upload also has some detailed notes in the video description, I hope he continues with this.

Well, I want to keep up with these videos, but I don’t like clicking around YouTube. It’s dangerous to get onto YouTube, I get sucked in and end up watching 30 minutes worth of videos I didn’t originally plan on watching.  I’ve come up with a way to avoid the pull of YouTube at the same time keep up with the work that Daybreakwarrior is doing on his channel.

I’ve been keeping up with quite a few language blogs online by subscribing to their RSS feeds. If you aren’t familiar with RSS feeds, this video gives a short explanation about using Google Reader. It is really nice to go to one place and have access to the articles for each blog or website I follow. So, today I was wondering if YouTube channels have RSS feeds. I then found the video How to Create an RSS Feed From YouTube Channel that gave me just enough information to set up a feed in my Google Reader.

Just another quick and easy tip to quickly access Navajo language content. Enjoy.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. conceptualizingtuscarora permalink
    November 29, 2011 4:06 am

    This work sounds great! I am working on a Tuscarora language blog and would be thrilled if you or anyone else would read and comment on the work happening out here!


  2. December 30, 2015 9:55 am

    Wow thaat was odd. I justt wrot an extremely long comment but after I clicked submit myy comment didn’t appear.
    Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Regardless, juzt
    wanted to say excelent blog!

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