What’s new? thesga.org RSS feed!

Submitted by Sammy Smith (sammy@thesga.org)


What’s the best way to find out what’s new at websites you visit regularly?

Many savvy users employ a web technology called RSS that allows them to subscribe to a feed—a listing of the stories that have been added to a website, often in excerpt form. Their browser or dedicated RSS feed user shows them just the new stuff…the stories that they haven’t read yet.

Now, thesga.org has this technology built in as well.

In many browsers, you’ll see a small ‘RSS’ icon or an icon that looks like this: 16px-Feed-icon.svg.png in the corner of the address bar…that is, the box at the top of your browser window, which contains the website URL, or Uniform Resource Locator. Just click on that to see or subscribe to the feed, or go to this address in your web browser: http://thesga.org/feed/.

There’s an extended (and somewhat technical) explanation of RSS feeds on Wikipedia here.