by Webnme2 on Mar 21st 2010
RSS stands for Really Simple
Syndication. What’s that? Bascially it is a way of delivering web content
directly from a website to an end-user without the user needing to chase down
information from several websites. You can learn more at:
Software for RSS Feeds
easiest way to get RSS feeds is to use href="http://rss.blogstreet.com/asp-rssbin/auth_rss">Info Aggregator. Its free and easy to do. RSS feeds are then delivered to your inbox.
Another product that integrates with Outlook is href="http://www.newsgator.com/">Newsgator.
If you would like a product that integrates with Internet Explorer, you may want to try Pluck.com.
If you would prefer a more robust standalone product try one of these links:
- http://www.rssreader.com/ (This is my favorite)
A review of six popular RSS readers can be found at
Once you have a reader or Outlook plugin installed, all you need to do is tell the
application which RSSfeeds you want to receive. The folks offering Info Aggregator are kind enough to provide a directory of more than href="http://www.blogstreet.com/blogsqlbin/rssdir.pl">11,000 feeds from blogs. However, you can also get feeds from government agencies, the BBC, Yahoo News, and more.
RSS News feed sources
- BBC – 68 Newsfeeds RSS Links
- Cartoons RSS Links
- Consumer Product Safety Commission> XML Feed
- Department of Defense RSS Links
- Federal Computer Week
FirstGov.gov Security Feeds
- Government RSS Newsfeeds RSS Links
- MSDN Developer News XML Feed
- New York Times
- Open Source Vulnerability Database RSS Links
- Security Related RSS
- Washington Post
- Yahoo RSS Links
More RSS Stuff