RSS - which stands for Really Simple Syndication - is an easy way to keep up with websites without having to constantly visit them. When a website is updated, that site's newsfeed can notify you and give you a link to the new content.
All you need is a feed reader (also known as an ‘aggregator’). Most current web browsers have feed readers built in. You can also use web-based readers or dedicated software. A quick search of the web will find many free or inexpensive news readers. Try searching for ‘RSS newsreader’.
Once you have chosen your feed reader look for pages that display an orange RSS button. Alternatively, you may also add any or all of the feeds on our website by simply clicking the appropriate RSS button(s) from the list below.
(Internet Explorer will not display raw RSS XML files. To view the XML when using IE, right click the orange button and save the RSS file to your computer. You can then open it in a text editor or other program.)