What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based news feed that you can subscribe to in order to receive the latest content from your favorite websites.
How do I access RSS feeds?
To view RSS feeds, you need to have an RSS news reader. You can either download a dedicated program (check Download.com for some examples), or sign up with a web-based reader such as My Yahoo!, Google Reader or NewsGator. You can also add RSS feeds to your Google or Yahoo home page or even receive them through email. Most programs and services are free.
What is included in the feeds?
Each feed showcases content that we've hand-picked for you, and includes article headlines, descriptions and links back to this site.
How often is this feed updated?
Frequency varies. The Topic feeds are updated daily. The Blogs are updated twice a week.
May I include this feed on my website?