RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, allows you to get the latest updates from our site via your favorite news reader or by receiving updates via email!
Learn more about RSS from Wikipedia or What Is RSS.
What you need to read an RSS feed:
News reader software allows you to grab the RSS feeds from various sites and display them for you to read, use and store on your own computer.
There are many online feed readers available – such as My Yahoo!, Netvibes and Google Reader – which let you browse the feeds you're subscribed to from any computer with an internet connection.
There are also desktop applications available for the major operating systems, including Newz Crawler and Feed Demon (Windows) and Newsfire and NetNewsWire (Mac).
And you can bookmark RSS feeds using modern browsers such as Firefox and Safari.
Finally, you can also choose to receive updates via email through Feedburner.
Once you've picked a reader:
After choosing a news reader, all you have to do is click on the orange RSS icon on any page for which you want to receive the feed.
Then either drag the address of the feed into your news reader or copy and paste it into your news reader.