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RSS feeds offer you an easy way to keep up with Red Rants – they automatically updates as stories are added / updated, flagging up what’s new as it is posted.

For an overview of what RSS is and how you can use it, scroll down and read our concise explanation. If you just want the feeds, they are presented here:


What is RSS?

RSS is short for Really Simple Syndication. It’s an XML file that can be read by special feed reading software or a web service you can use from your web browser. Put the address of one of our web feeds into your reader, and it will display the latest headlines and the full story right in your feed reader.

That means you can stay in touch with many different sources of news and information. It’s quicker than revisiting a site several times a day to check for updates, and rather than having to look for new headlines, feed readers scan for updates and display them for you.

How to use RSS feeds?

To view our web feeds you need software called a feed reader or aggregator. Feed readers you could try include: Bloglines, Google and Yahoo!.

Click on any of the above links to automatically add the Red Rants feed to your web-based feed reader.

Setting up a feed differs from one aggregator to another, but it usually involves copying the URL of the feed (from the address bar on your browser) and pasting it into the reader.



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