RSS!
What Is It?

RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, provides you with a new way of keeping on top of news and updates from sites you chose.
Each site provides feeds of headlines and a brief description on different topics. If you are interested just click on the headline to read the whole article. You can choose which feeds you would like to display in your RSS feed reader. (Like this one, RSSA - RSS reader, aggregator.) witch translates the XML-data with RSS and makes it readable for the user.

RSS news readers allow you to view the service you select in one place and, by automatically retrieving updates, stay current with new content soon after it is published.

How Do I ?
Use RSS?

1. Click register enter your email & password and your all set. Then Log in.
2. To subscribe to a RSS feed just press New link and fill in the form. OBS! It has to be an RSS link! Right-click on the RSS/XML button and select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location" to copy the location (URL) of the service.

If you are looking for new RSS feeds just browse our RSS link index.

If you need help to create your own RSS-feed for your site,
contact
: JW D E S I G N

Moore
about RSS

RSS stands for "Real Simple Syndication" and is a collective name for different versions of a XML-based standard. The most common is "Rich Site Summary"(RSS 2) & Atom.

It is also possible to publish RSS-information on your intranet.

XML is a standard for storing data.

There are many RSS readers available:
RSSA, free web service. (English)
FeedReader, for Windows.
NetNewsWire, for Mac OS X.

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