RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is a standardized XML format for content that can be downloaded and understood by a variety of programs. Thanks to RSS, you can read this and many other sites in more than just a web browser. Think of it as a way to create your own newspaper, with feeds aggregated from a variety of different sources, including Leoville.
Wikipedia maintains a list of popular RSS readers. I usually recommend Pluck for Internet Explorer on Windows, Sage for Firefox, NewsGator for Outlook, and NetNewsWire for Macintosh. But there are many many other choices.
I offer a number of RSS feeds so that you can get exactly the content you want. All these feeds are RSS 2.0. To add a feed to your newsreader copy the URL and paste it in.
- For all stories subscribe to
- For just the latest alerts subscribe to
- For my (nearly) daily tech news summaries subscribe to
- For my personal blog entries subscribe to
- For pictures from my cell phone (the moblog) subscribe to