What is RSS?
RSS (Rich Site Summary or Really Simple
Syndication) is one of the newest information technology formats being
used today by news and data Web sites to distribute updated content
quickly and regularly. It is an XML-based format that provides a
convenient way for users to keep up with the latest headlines from
their favorite sites without having to visit each one of them to see
what’s new. You will usually find the RSS 2.0 (XML) logo on sites that offer RSS Web
RSS @ XADO UK
RSS 2.0 Breaking
RSS 2.0 Image
of the Day
RSS makes it possible to keep up with many
different sources of news and information. RSS Readers provide a simple
way to consolidate content as well as to notify when changes have been
RSS Readers are often available for download free of charge. By
clicking on the links above, you may view our "raw" RSS feeds. In order
to add an RSS feed to your reader, you will need to enter the URL (in
parenthesis) into the RSS Reader of your choice.
If you are interested in downloading an RSS reader, search for "RSS
Reader" in your favorite web search tool or try RssReader.
Or if you prefer, you may also be interested in downloading and using a
Java RSS Reader applet: RSSApplet
which is available free of charge via the GNU Public