To subscribe to an RSS feed, just copy the link shown in one of the input boxes below, and paste it into the appropriate location in your RSS reader. The "XML" button is also a link to the RSS feed.
RSS is an acronym for "Really Simple Syndication." The idea behind RSS is that it puts you, the subscriber, in control of when and how you receive information from a publisher of news or other information. RSS is a "pull" technology: You pull information from the publisher on the schedule you choose. This approach is in contrast to the common "push" technologies in use today, such as e-zines, which typically rely on email for delivery of content. As mail boxes become increasingly cluttered, RSS provides a welcome alternative.
To take advantage of RSS, you need an RSS reader. There are many free ones out there, but you may need to pay for the one that has the features you really want. The right reader for you depends upon how you plan to use it. Some RSS readers are stand-alone products and others integrate with other software, such as your browser or email client. RSS readers also vary widely in features. We recommend that you spend a little time researching your options with your favorite search engine (search for "RSS readers" and you'll find a bunch of them).
Every RSS reader works a little differently, so we provide two ways for you to subscribe to our feeds. The list of feeds includes each URL in an input box that lets you easily copy a link and paste it into your RSS reader. Alternatively, you can click on the XML button to navigate directly to the URL that returns the RSS feed itself (in XML format).