What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a popular technology employed by websites and weblogs to push headlines and summaries of content directly to users. Also known as web feeds, it saves the user from having to make daily trips to numerous websites for fresh content that is of interest to him.
What tools do I need?
To start getting RSS feeds, you can either install a dedicated RSS reader on your computer or sign up with one of the numerous Web-based services. To get you on the fast track, we suggest you take a look at BlogExpress and RSS Reader (both .NET applications which require installation of Microsoft .NET Framework runtime) or the web-based Bloglines.
Each web feed will have its own URL which is usually embedded in the orange-coloured icon (). To copy the link, right click on the icon and select "Copy Shortcut" (Internet Explorer) or "Copy Link Location" (Mozilla Firefox). Paste this information into the URL field of your RSS reader.
Click on the icon for the feed :
Last Updated ( Rabu, 02 Disember 2009 )