|How to get DRMC News & Views RSS feeds
- Choose an RSS reader. Many are available. See the FAQ below.
- Select your areas of interest. Just click on any of the boxes at left to choose which content you receive.
- Enjoy receiving free updates. The RSS reader will send you the latest updates, depending on which content you selected. If you’re using a free reader in a browser or desktop application, your updates will appear automatically. You’ll need to visit another site if you’re using a Web-based feed.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an RSS Feed?
RSS is a service that searches the Web for the content you requested and delivers it to your desktop. Thousands of sites have developed RSS feeds. Your reader will periodically retrieve the most recent feeds and send them to you.
Where can I get an RSS reader?
Most applications are free and easy to use. You will either download and install an application or install an RSS-ready browser on your computer. Some of the most-used are:
The following Web browsers have built-in feed readers
Mozilla Firefox (Windows, Mac, Linux)
Opera (Windows, Mac, Linux)
Internet Explorer 7.0 (Windows)
The following e-mail programs have built-in feed readers
Mozilla Thunderbird (Windows, Mac, Linux)
Outlook 2007 (Windows)
IntraVnews (Windows, plug-in for Microsoft Outlook)
R|Mail (Web-based service that sends feeds to any email account)
These free services work with most Web browsers. You will need to register to use them.
Some are free. The ones marked with a dollar sign are for purchase. The programs on this list run on your computer and check for feeds automatically when running.
Omea Reader (Windows)
FeedDemon (Windows, $)
NewzCrawler (Windows, $)
NetNewsWire Lite (Mac)
NetNewsWire (Mac, $)
PulpFiction Lite (Mac)
PulpFiction (Mac, $)