What is it?
An RSS feed allows you to be notified when a website has been updated in a specific section. Instead of you having to go to websites to see if they've written a new article or feature, you can use RSS to get them to tell you every time they have something new.
How do I use the feeds?
If you’re unfamiliar with RSS feeds, they are easy to use. First, download a newsreader / RSS Reader / News Aggregator application. Then, click on a feed. Next, copy and paste the URL (http://....) of the feed into the application as specified by that program. Other places that you can use RSS Feeds include Internet Explorer, Firefox, in the customizable My Yahoo feature, and numerous News Aggregator applications. The uses of the feeds are increasing every day.
If you have more questions about RSS feeds, read 'RSS Described in Plain English'.
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