Subscribe to RSS
Get new content without having to visit the site. Here’s how.
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. Websites of all kinds usually publish an RSS feed, which works like a traditional wire service or subscription. All new content is pushed into the feed by publishers, where it’s sent out to subscribers.
A-ha! Good question! You can subscribe to any RSS feed from inside of an RSS reader. An RSS reader is basically a place to consolidate all of your RSS feeds so you can read all of the content you like, from multiple websites, all in one place.
Sounds great! How do I do it?
The first step is to sign up for an RSS reader. There are many of them out there, and most are free to use for basic functionality. Personally, I absolutely adore Inoreader (which I have written about), though it’s slightly more complex. One of the most famous services is Feedly. Try one of these, do a search, or ask around.
After you have signed up, you will be able to add new subscriptions by simply copying RSS feed links from your favorite websites and pasting them into your RSS reader. For example, you can select any of the feeds below to get started.
All new posts from across the site, not including micro.blog.
Receive only new posts related to technology, gadgets, the Internet, apps, and productivity.
Receive only new posts related to journalism, PR, communications, digital marketing, and the media industry.
Receive only new posts related to travel, credit card points, hotel and airlines, destinations, and tips on flying free.
Receive only small, bite-sized updates on daily life.
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