What is RSS?

RSS (it stands for Real Simple Syndication) gives you continuous updates from all your favorite websites and blogs – at a glance.

It checks the sites you want to keep track of and reports back with headlines and summaries when something new is posted. The headlines are hyperlinks, so if you want to read more, just click.

You set the feeds up by customizing your favorite web browser or using a Web feed service or software application as a feed reader.

Web feeds such as RSS are far faster and easier than using bookmarks or relying on email alerts.

Some free, web-based feedreaders include:

Bloglines

NewsGator

My Yahoo!

Google Reader

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