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NanoFocus: http://feeds.feedburner.com/cen_nano

About RSS

The technology behind RSS allows you to stay up to date with websites that provide RSS feeds for their content. An RSS reader, also known as an RSS aggregator, collects all the information from the RSS feeds that you subscribe to, allowing you to browse all of this content without having to visit each website. To learn more, visit the Wikipedia entry on RSS.

Where can I get an RSS reader?

There are many RSS readers available on the Windows, Macintosh OS X, Unix, and Linux platforms, and many of them are available as free downloads.

For Macintosh OS X users, we recommend NetNewsWire. The free "lite" version will satisfy most user's needs.

For Windows users, we recommend FeedDemon.

Some web browsers have built-in support for subscribing to RSS feeds, including Apple's Safari on Macintosh OS X (10.4 Tiger only). The Firefox browser for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux can also aggregate RSS feeds in the form of Live Bookmarks. Depending on how you like your RSS feeds displayed, these in-browser solutions may not have enough features to replace a standalone RSS reader.

You can also use free web services to subscribe to RSS feeds. Bloglines is an excellent service that will let you view all of your RSS feeds from one web page.