RSS stands for rich site summary or really simple syndication, and provides an easy way to keep up with all of your favourite web sites, which eliminates the need to revisit each site to check for updates.
The only thing you will need to get started is an RSS Reader.
Some browsers, including Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 2, Opera and Safari, have a built-in feed reader that checks for feeds when you visit a website. Use the help option in your browser's toolbar to find out more.
You can also use the free Google Reader with no software to install.
Once you're setup with an RSS Reader, you can start subscribing to your favourite sites, including this one. You will usually be able to tell what sites offer an RSS feed by the site's use of the RSS feed icon: . If you want to subscribe to that site, all you need to do is click on that site's feed icon or enter the website address in your feed reader.
That's all there is to it.
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