RSS Feeds
What is this RSS stuff?
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CXOtoday has made available RSS/XML feeds free of charge for individuals and non-profit organisations.
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format for content distribution. It is a form of XML,
which means that each piece of data--whether it is a headline, introduction or description--is coded separately.

Thus, your reader software knows exactly what to do with it.

RSS/XML feeds can update headlines on your computer as fast as we upload it.

Heres how you can get started and use RSS/XML

First, download and install free RSS reader software. Some free readers are:

  1. Feedreader:
  2. BlogStreet Info Aggregator:
  3. AmphetaDesk:
  4. Wildgrape NewsDesk 1.1:
  5. Beaver:
  6. SharpReader:
  7. KlipFolio:
  8. BlogExpress:
  9. RSSConnect:
  10. Awasu Personal Edition:
Thats it! Your RSS reader software can check for changes and updates.
Each feed is like the address of a Web page. All you need to do is use the subscribe or add function
of your RSS reader to start receiving updates from a particular feed.
If you like what you see, you can always click through to the full story on

Welcome to a new way of experiencing the power of the Internet With RSS/XML.