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RSS FAQ

What is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a family of file formats designed to keep readers up on the latest news and information from their favorites sites. Readers benefit by always knowing when new articles are being publisheds, without having to take the time to constantly go on the web checking for updates. If you'd like to start using RSS you'll need an aggregator and their are several different options, both in the form of software that runs locally and web based solutions. For more information check out Wikipedia's page on RSS aggregators.

Why should I use RSS?

It's the best way to keep up to date with our latest news and reviews.

What do you guys get out of it?

We can be confident that our readers are aware of all our latest articles.

I saw that your site only uses the RSS 2.0 format, why did you choose it and not atom or one of the other RSS formats?

We decided it was important to pick a single format for RSS because it makes it a lot easier for inexperienced users. Although there are many small differences between the functionality of the various rss and atom formats, the fact is most rss aggregators handle most formats, and the user experience between formats is more or less identical.