What's an RSS Feed?

What’s RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds are a way to have website content sent directly to your computer, enabling you to “subscribe” to multiple sites at one time, receiving updates similarly to how you receive email.

The latest versions of the most popular web browsers have built-in RSS feed functionality, for more information visit the links below:

Internet Explorer 7
Firefox 2

There are also a large number of standalone RSS news readers available. A nearly complete listing is available from Google:

Google Directory – News Readers

Choosing an RSS reader depends upon your personal preferences and on what features matter most to you. We do not endorse any particular tool, but invite you to you explore several options and select the one that best meets your needs.