If you just can't stand to be the last one to know when new stuff is posted, RSS is perfect for you.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a cool technology that lets you tap into a list of what's new on our site -- without even visiting. If you see a headline you want to know more about, a simple click takes you to our site where you can read to your heart's content.
Spammers hate RSS because they can't use it to fill your mail box. Nothing chafes a spammer more than info delivery via RSS.
How to Hook Up
Finding the RSS feeds that are right for you
Click the Site Map button in the footer. Each of the main topics on our site has a corresponding RSS feed. For example, if you're keen on ZENworks or System Management topics, you might want the RSS feed for ZENworks. (You can see the number of stories we've posted about any given topic, to give you an idea of how frequently you can expect to see new content in that area.) It will deliver any story we post about ZENworks directly into your handy RSS reader (see list below).
Using the RSS feeds
You can click the RSS icon to see the raw XML
(the stuff RSS is made of) or you can get yourself a reader -- a simple tool that makes sense of the language we send the headlines in. The good news is, readers are everywhere:
- The Firefox Web browser has a built-in reader. You can learn about it here.
- My Yahoo! lets you set up a personal portal that makes it easy to pull in your favorite RSS news.
- Google lets you set up a Home Page of your own where you can specify RSS news to peruse.
- There are also a number of tools and utilities you can leverage to read news. Here's a list we found with a little help from Google Directory.