RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." It is a technology that lets you subscribe to a Web site's latest content without actually having to go to the website. Instead, you can "let the content come to you."
Many news organizations such as the New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle offer RSS feeds as a convenient service for their readers. You can tell your computer to give you headlines and links to the full stories every time we add new content. And you don't have to give us your e-mail address first!
If you're using Internet Explorer version 7, Firefox, Safari or another recent browser, just click on the RSS Subscribe link.
If you're using Internet Explorer version 6 or another older browser, you will need to either download and install a separate news reader program or update your browser. Another option is to use an online news reader service, such as those offered by Bloglines, Yahoo or Google.
You can download the latest versions of the following browsers by clicking the links below.