FSLSO RSS Feed
RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is an efficient and easy method of staying up to date with the What's New
section of FSLSO.com, simply by subscribing to the RSS feed. With the help of a feed reader, new content will come to you.
These types of tools help to save time and stay informed with the latest updates.
Also known as newsreaders, a feed reader is a program, either standalone/integrated software or web-based, which collects any new posts
from subscribed RSS feeds and displays them all in one place for quick and easy reading.
There are many feedreaders available. Some of the more popular web-based ones are
Google Reader/iGoogle, BlogLines, and
my Yahoo, all of which are free! Current versions of Internet Explorer,
Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Outlook also have an RSS reader/subscription feature built in.
To subscribe in Outlook 2007:
In your folders list, simply right-click the 'RSS Feeds' folder, select 'Add a New RSS Feed', then enter 'http://www.fslso.com/rss.aspx'
To subscribe in Firefox:
Simply click the 'RSS' icon below to pull up the feed, then add to whichever subscription/feed application that you normally use.
Many mobile devices such as Blackberries, iPhones, and Palm OS and Windows Mobile OS handhelds also have built-in feed readers for RSS subscriptions when you need your news on the go.
If you have a custom web portal such as a My Yahoo, iGoogle, or Bloglines, simply click the appropriate button below.