RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. With an RSS feed, you can get real time access to updated news from your favourite Web sites automatically.
Why would I use RSS?
RSS feeds distribute updated news items and content, either to your Web browser or aggregators, so that you don’t need to search the Internet for the latest information. By using the RSS reader of your choice, you can access up-to-the-minute news from the Web sites that most interest you.
How do I use RSS?
First, you need to select an RSS reader, also known as an RSS aggregator or newsreader. Most RSS readers can be downloaded for free from the Internet. This software will collect the RSS feeds from your favourite Web sites and consolidate and organize the results for you. Your Web browser may also support RSS feeds, which allows you to read your RSS feeds on the Internet.
Second, simply copy the URL of the RSS feeds of your choice into your newsreader.