What are (RSS) News Feeds?
(Rss) News feeds allow you to see when websites have added new content without to visit the website. You can get the latest headlines and content in one place, as soon as it's published.
RSS Feeds are generally known as 'Really Simple Syndication' which are just web pages, designed to be read by a computer software rather than by humans.
How do I start using feeds?
You will need one of the following to read RSS feeds:
Nearly all modern browsers for example Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer, Safari and Chrome automatically check for feeds when you visit a website, and display a option to subscribe to it, when they find a RSS feed. Many of them allows you to add RSS feeds as bookmark folder and automatically updating them with the latest content.
Web-based news reader
A web-based news readers (e.g. Google Reader) check the RSS feeds you subscribed to and displays any new article that have been added by the site owner. They let you catch up with your RSS feed subscriptions from any computer you might use. This option is useful if you want to access the feeds from multiple computers or devices.
Standalone news reader
There exist many dedicated software news reader (e.g. FeedDeamon) which you can download and install on your computer. Some of them allows you to sync your feeds with with a web based news reader. This is usefull if you wish to have the same unread entrys on a mobile phone and on your computer.
Where can I find the RSS feeds from this website?
You can find them in the list here: