For further information see http://www.edna.edu.au/edna/go/help/rss_help
Also see my earlier blog postings beginning with
RSS in Plain English: http://www.blip.tv/file/205570/
Aggregators are web places where you can identify the RSS feeds that you want to monitor
You access them via the web from wherever you are
• iGoogle: http://www.google.com/ig
• Pageflakes: http://www.pageflakes.com/
• Bloglines: http://www.bloglines.com/
• Blogbridge: http://www.blogbridge.com/
• Google Reader: http://reader.google.com/
• Netvibes: http://www.netvibes.com/
• Newsgator: http://www.newsgator.com/
RSS Readers are generally software that you download and then install on your computerA list of RSS Readers that you can downloadhttp://blogspace.com/rss/readersRssReader - free RSS reader is able to display any RSS and Atom news feed (XML)http://www.rssreader.com/
Feed Reader3 – free RSS readerhttp://www.feedreader.com/
FeedGhost – Requires Windows XP or Windows Vistahttp://www.feedghost.com/
Creating an RSS feed is not nearly as difficult as it once was.
- The easiest way to go about it is to create a blog and they usually generate an RSS feed.
- Tumblr is a tool that allows you to generate a blog from a "web journey" and the resultant blog is available as an RSS feed.
Other sources of RSS feeds
Feed 2 JS tool
This is a tool that enables you to feed the content of an RSS feed into a web page through Java Script.