internet browsers come built for RSS news feed reading---like
Opera, some require you to install a simple secure extension
like Firefox, others, have no support, such as Internet Explorer
and you will have to install a free third party news reader.
We strongly recommended the Firefox method described below
as it it is a totally integrated approach, plus---Firefox
is a more secure, more stable, and less vulnerable to attacks
by hackers via trojans, viruses, keylogging software and other
means. We like Firefox so much, we have abandoned Internet
Explorer completely. If you want to do the Firefox method,
but don't have it, Get
Firefox Here, its free and highly cutomizable. If you
want to download third party software we've found for free
that is safe and secure, see below.
semantikon tested the software
and the folowing how-to ourselves, so getting set up should
take more than a few minutes. Once you are, you'll always
be subscribed to our RSS feed, plus, you can get headlines
from millions of news sites without having to sort through
all their content. If you want to learn more, CNET
has a great article on RSS and feed readers.