RSS Feeds

About RSS
RSS (also known as “RSS feeds“, “Syndicate” and so on. Next is referred to as RSS) is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication or RDF Site Summary (RSS 0.9 and 1.0) is an application XML (Extensible Markup Language) according to the level of specification World Wide Consortium (W3C). It is a news syndication format and is used as an agent for news or data from the online web pages that support this application. 

Why Should RSS? 
Developments in technology of  publishing online could be easier using RSS. By using RSS in disseminating the latest information in the web, you can get the latest information on a large number of your favorite websites without having to remember the URL address constantly or updating through e-mail to get the latest info. The RSS feeds will be fetch using the application or your browser so that you can read the updated contents almost automatically. 

How to use RSS?
There are many options on how to use the RSS service. Here are the two ways that often used: 

1. Using software such as RssReader

2. Directly read from modern browsers such as Firefox and Internet Explorer 7 and above. 

Please refer to the documentation of your application or browser to get more info on using RSS.