What is an RSS Feed?
RSS is variously known as Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication, and is a process for delivering regularly-changing web content to people who use the web on a frequent basis. It allows you, the user, to keep yourself informed by retrieving the latest content from the sites you are interested in. When you subscribe to an RSS feed, you do not need to visit a site regularly. Instead, new information (news) is sent directly to you whenever it is updated, and in this way, you will not miss a thing.
So how do you subscribe?
By clicking on the "Subscribe to Our RSS Feed" link, you will be directed to a web page with a "Subscribe Now" button, and some options to select the application that will be used to use to capture the feeds. The options available to you will depend to some extent on the applications and browser you use on your computer.
After you have Subscribed
Most modern browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome) automatically check for RSS feeds when you visit a website; if an RSS feed is found, the orange RSS icon  is displayed in the browser's address bar alongside the web address itself. Once you have subscribed to our feed, the news will be sent to you automatically without you needing to log-in to receive it, and because you do not need to log-in, your privacy is as secure as it can possibly be.