Here we’ve put together a selection of RSS Feeds of sections from bicom.org.uk that might be of interest for you.
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What are RSS Feeds?
RSS news feeds allow you to see newly added content on websites without the need to go visit the sites themselves. You can get the latest news, articles, headlines and events all in one place, as soon as its published.
What does RSS mean? Although there are different opinions on what RSS really stands for, the most common interpretation is “Really Simple Syndication”. RSS feeds are webpages that are meant to be machine/computer readable rather than human readable. Please see the “RSS Readers” section on this page for online and offline applications that enable you to read RSS Feeds.
How does it all work?
The first thing you’d need is a RSS Reader application. This can be a software you download or a website you visit. Usually those sites require registration but give you the opportunity to personalize your page and save all your selections of RSS Feeds in addition to allow you to access your Feeds from any computer with an internet connection.
The RSS Reader application lets you add (subscribe) to RSS Feeds, eg. blogs, news websites, latest BICOM publications, … and interpretes the RSS Feed it gets from the respective website to change it into a human readable format.
Here’s a list of the most common freely available RSS Readers on the internet: