RSS is designed for web sites that share information and are updated frequently. That is known as synchronization. At the beginning, RSS was used for information distribution. Nowadays is used for podcasting too. In our case, you will be able to download our news with this function.
- You don’t have to deliver your personal data such as mail or name (you remain anonymous to the web editor).
- You don’t need to navigate in your favorite web sites to see what’s new. You receive them with just one click in your PC.
- You can choose the web sites you want to receive information from.
- You decide the frequency. The user decides when to receive new information.
- You choose when to erase this feed from your list, by doing that you end the communication you maintained with the web that publishes the news. This is a good alternative to avoid spam
What do I have to do to receive the resources in this format?
Click on any of the following links to subscribe to our RSS feeds from your browser:
Alternatively, you might want to subscribe directly using your favorite RSS feed reader, which is a client software that manages RSS subscriptions. In that case, copy the link of the service you want to subscribe to and paste it on your reader.
In this address: http://blogspace.com/rss/readers you will find a list of readers. Some of them are free while others are not. Two good readers are: Feedreader (GNU license, freeware), which requires PC installation; and Newsgator (29 $, you have a free trial with this). This software embeds itself into Microsoft Outlook™ and downloads the feeds into a special folder while you check you e-mail.