RSSI’ve had several people ask about the Life of Ronnie RSS feed — mainly what it is, and how to use it.

RSS (which is short for “Really Simple Syndication”) is, essentially, a special kind of webpage that is useful when something has frequently updated content. You’ve probably seen RSS popping up in relation to blogs, news sites and podcasts, as they allow for people to keep up with their favorite site without having to check the page manually.

There are many different RSS feed readers (also known as “aggregators”) available, including the web-based Google Reader, Bloglines, Firefox’s Live Bookmarks, as well as several standalone software programs. Click any of the preceeding links for more information on those options.

What I recommend however is to use RSS to get Life of Ronnie by email. If you use an email client such as Thunderbird or Outlook, setting it up to receive updates of an RSS feed in the same manner as you receive your email is easy.

Instructions on setting up an email client:

Just pick the one that works for you, and subscribe!

The Life of Ronnie feed is: http://lifeofronnie.com/feed


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