What about RSS?
Now days RSS is used for many purposes, for marketing, blogs, or any other activity concerning sporadic updates or publications. Lots of companies are turning to RSS to release their news or new articles; putting back the email or fax distribution.
RSS Feeds, become very popular way to pull in news, or information thru the Web. The abbreviation used to refer to RSS is “Really Simple Syndication”
How do I use it?
In order to view our RSS feeds on your computer, you will first need to acquire a News Reader or News Aggregator. These programs pull all your selected RSS feeds into one place -- for instance, onto your computer desktop, or into your "My Yahoo" page.
To subscribe to an RSS feed, all you have to do is: (1) click the orange button for the feed you want, (2) copy the URL from the address bar, and (3) paste it into your RSS application.
RSS Reader Resources
There are many news readers available on the web. Some can be downloaded for free (or for a free trial), while others charge for more features or customizable options. When choosing your software, keep in mind that certain readers will work better on different operating systems. A web-based reader is a great option for beginners: There is nothing to download, and you can access your headlines from any computer.
|MS Windows:RSS Reader
||Web-Based: My Yahoo
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||Using RSS: An Explanation and Guide
||RSS How-To's from Harvard Law
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