RSS (Really Simple
Syndication) is a convenient way to get news and
information to your desktop or mobile device. You can install a RSS
reader or use a web based service (like Bloglines.com)
view your RSS feeds.
Think of it as a sort of TiVo for the
You tell your RSS reader what feeds you want to
Your RSS reader will periodically check your
feeds and displays
Your RSS reader serves as a "portal" to all of
No more browsing to your favorite sites one by
one! Just read the
updates that interest you.
Many news sites and
Blogs (weblogs) provide RSS feeds. Sometimes they
provide a link to their feeds with icons like these:
WNDU offers several RSS feeds that
link back to WNDU.com for the full
Before you can start getting
all of the news you want from WNDU.com, you’ll need an RSS reader or
news aggregator as they are sometimes called. This is typically a free
download, and the one you should use depends on what type of operating
system you have, such as Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Linux.
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