About RSS


What is RSS? Well, the simple answer is it stands for Really Simple Syndication. Technically, it's a XML specification used by news sites (and many others) across the Internet to send out their content to a rapidly growing audience.

To use RSS you'll need a RSS reader. For the Mac OS X platform, one of the most popular is NetNewsWire from Ranchero Software (now a part of NewsGator). For Microsoft Windows, SharpReader is popular. For all platforms, Firefox is widely used. But there are many, many others for OS X,  MS Windows, and Linux.


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