A Better Way to Read News and Blogs


These days, if you spend enough time on the web, you'll inevitably hear talk about RSS feeds, feed readers, and subscribing to feeds talk that can seem fairly obscure and off-putting if you're not already familiar with these terms.

If this has been your experience, then you should really watch this short video below. This instructive, even amusing, video uses simple language and images to demonstrate how to use feeds and feed readers. In a matter of minutes, all of this will be demystified, and you'll discover a much quicker, more efficient and powerful way to access news and blog content, including stories from Open Culture. You can subscribe to our feed here. And if you're looking for a good feed reader, definitely give Google Reader a look.


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  • Carol A says:

    Getting blogs with podcasts is fine, storing them isn’t. My Sandisk Sansa MP3 player needs MS Media player to sync, ITunes won’t recognise it. Media Player is NOT podcast friendly, giving a 1000 & 1 music styles, mostly aimed at the young, and one genre for Podcasts. Then I found I could edit the genre, now I can actually find categories of podcasts by using “genre” to sort. A messy fix and I hope Microsoft does something about this. Or someone designs a better podcast sync and library program. As all the podcast information is actually stored in the podcast file, you would think this was easy. Apparently not.

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