What are RSS Feeds?
RSS feeds are a digital content delivery format that you can subscribe to. Once you subscribe to an RSS feed, the content of that feed comes to you. Think of an RSS feed much like a subscription to a local newspaper; subscribe once and your newspaper is delivered to you. For further reading about RSS, see What is RSS?
How to read RSS Feeds?
A Feed Reader (Aggregator) is required to read the content of RSS feeds. There are a variety of web-based or desktop-based application feed readers available today.
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