What are RSS feeds?
RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication (or sometimes Rich Site Summary), is a format for publishing regularly changing web content. An RSS reader aggregates the feeds you subscribe to, displaying content in an abbreviated form. LWSD RSS feeds include the article title (linked to the full article), date of publication, and a brief summary.
How do I view RSS feeds?
Some browsers, including Internet Explorer, Safari, and Firefox allow you to browse RSS feeds directly in the browser. Internet Explorer can also be integrated with Microsoft Outlook. Simply click one of the links or orange RSS icons at the left side of this page to view a feed. You can also download and install a standalone RSS reader or use a web-based RSS reader. View a list of RSS readers (external link).