Resources for Syndicated Content:
For the RSS, Atom, or XML feeds listed below, you must “copy [the] link location” and enter it into your appropriate Feed Reader. Many browsers are capable of immediately recognizing syndicated content (like RSS), and handling it accordingly for you– a convenience so you don’t have to use dedicated “feed reader” software. Depending upon which browser you use, you may find it’s now more easy to use the Feed’s URI as a standard web address, entering it into the address bar, and hitting “Go” (or press “Enter”) to send the browser to the location where the XML, RSS, or other “Feed” data resides. Opera, Firefox, and IE7 all recognize and will prompt the user when, for example, a valid RSS Feed is loaded, to select precisely how the feed should be displayed, saved, and loaded in the future.
- Official Mozillazine Knowledgebase RSS Feed
for a “Feed Reader” only (so they say, as the content is a bit more complex it seems)
- (the next one will go here… surprised?)