Interconnected

I've been looking at the styles of rss feeds of weblogs [from Weblog Madness]. There seem to be two main styles, both having each item in the rss document (what is rss?) correspond to a single recent post. Each item has a link and a description.

For one style, the link is to the weblog post, and the description either the post itself (with more links embedded) or a summary of the post.

The other style is dependent on there only being a single link in any single post. The link element is filled with the subject of the post, and the description is the post with the link no longer embedded.

I'm not sure which style I prefer, but I don't want to alter my type of writing. And I don't want to give myself any extra work. But I'd like to provide an rss of this page.