RSS Information:

What is RSS?

RSS (or Really Simple Syndication) feeds are free content feeds from web sites, including, containing headlines, summaries and links back to full-text articles on the web. The purpose of RSS is to keep you updated without having to log on to David's site. As soon as he posts a news entry, the RSS feed is updated and you are notified. For other definitions of RSS, try this Google search.

What are the benefits of using RSS?

RSS is an easy way for you to be alerted when new content is posted on David's site. Instead of checking in from time to time, RSS automatically tells you when something new is posted online.

How can I use RSS feeds?

You might not need anything to take advantage of RSS – newer browsers (the application you're viewing this site with) like Firefox and Safari have built-in RSS news readers or aggregators. If you're using one of these browsers (and you should be), you can simply click the RSS feed link, and bookmark that page to stay updated on new posts.

If you click the RSS feed link and you don't see anything, you need a news reader or aggregator that displays RSS content feeds. There are hundreds of different news readers available, many of which are free of charge. Some are available as desktop software that you download and install on your computer, but several web-based news readers are available as well. Once you have set up your news reader, you simply subscribe to the RSS content feeds you want.

How can I sign up to RSS feeds from

If you're a Firefox user, click the feed icon in your address bar to create a live bookmark. Safari users can simply drag the feed url to their bookmarks bar. Others can click on the orange RSS feed icon at the bottom of the page to obtain the RSS URL, which you will see in the "Address" field of of your browser. Simply copy this URL and follow the instructions for your particular news reader to subscribe.