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These are some of the best RSS feeds I've found for keeping up with HTML5. I'm doing jQuery & MVC development as well so you will find the links have a jQuery/MS angle to them.

WhenCanIUse

The oh-so-necessary caniuse.com, in RSS update format: http://feeds.feedburner.com/WhenCanIUse

ScriptJunkie

http://services.social.microsoft.com/feeds/feed/query/tag/scriptjunkieLearn/eq/ns/DiscoveryFeedTool/eq/and
A good HTML, JavaScript, CSS site hosted by MS

Rachel Appel's blog

http://rachelappel.com/rss?containerid=13
HTML5, JavaScript, and MVC links with a general MS angle

Smashing Magazine

http://rss1.smashingmagazine.com/feed/
Really high quality articles with a focus towards the design side of the web development picture

IEBlog

blogs.msdn.com/b/ie/rss.aspx
No surprise - the focus is on IE10, but it is really a great resource for new browser tech.

MisfitGeek

http://feeds.feedburner.com/MisfitGeek
Joe recently switched from MS to Mozilla. New job but he still puts out great Weekly Links summaries.

The Big Web Show

http://feeds.feedburner.com/bigwebshow
A podcast covering web development & design topics

Elijah Manor/Web Dev .NET

I'm cheating on this one a little bit. Elijah is a fantastic JS & web development resource. He has a site at Web Dev .NET, but honestly these days you are better off following him on Google+
...and you can of course sign up to follow the W3C as well, although I don't think there is an HTML5-specific RSS feed. Good luck! Posted on Friday, November 18, 2011 2:40 AM HTML5 | Back to top


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RSS is not my favorite among these HTML techniques and I have to say that I doesn't make me feel less impress about your work. You are trying so hard to explain things to the programming beginners but aparently we are hopeless... or at least that's my case.
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