Web Feed Syndication (RSS) - Getting All of Your News in One Place
RSS is a simple form of syndication used to transmit articles and news items across the web.
An article explaining how to use Google news to create a custom RSS feed that will scour the news for any subject you are interested in finding.
RSS Readers are great no matter if you only keep up with a few news feeds and blogs, or if you routinely scan through hundreds of them. They also come in a variety of flavors: Online, Windows or Mac-based, and Mobile.
A solid Windows Mobile reader is becoming more of a necessity as Pocket PCs and Smartphones take over the mobile market.
How to use live bookmarks in Mozilla's Firefox browser including steps on installing a live bookmark and why you should use live bookmarks.
The top online RSS readers can be just as good as their offline counterparts thanks to AJAX and the Web 2.0 explosion.
Reading the news online and scanning blogs is becoming one of the world's favorite past times. While keeping up with a few blogs is easy enough to do on one's own, keeping track of dozens of news feeds and blogs is a task best regulated to an RSS reader.
MyYahoo can make a very good RSS reader even if it isn't the best personalized start page. The MyYahoo Reader can make browing web feeds simple with its ability to preview articles and a simplified way of viewing them.
A guide to adding an RSS feed to the popular website-based feed reader Bloglines.
A guide to finding the web address of an RSS feed from a website or blog in order to add it to a feed aggregator or personalized start page.
Basic information about Really Simple Syndication (RSS), what it is, and what it can do for the average user. This article also contains information on how to use a web browser or a personalized start page as a feed aggregator.
Heinz Tschabitscher, your guide to Email, introduces you to ten great Mac RSS readers.
Presented by Watching the Net, this article is an excellent guide to adding RSS feeds to Outlook 2007.
The Wikipedia entry on RSS, its history, and its use. The article also includes information on ATOM, an alternative to RSS, and examples of RSS files.
If you're looking to export your RSS feeds, here's a simple walkthrough on how to export RSS feeds from Bloglines and import them into Google Reader.