RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way for us to send Pundit stories direct to your computer without you having to visit the site and rummage round to find what you want. It’s a free, ridiculously easy way for you to keep track of the topics that most interest you or to know the minute your favourite pundit has posted a new article. In short, whenever we add new content is added to our site, it turns up in your RSS reader.
An RSS reader? It’s just a kind of software that keeps a constant eye on the websites you like best, such as Pundit. Like a dog, you say ‘go fetch’ and it brings back any new stories. Here's how you do it:
1) Select an RSS reader - some popular ones are:
2) Decide what you want to read about:
- Select the homepage if you want to be sent all the stories as they are published on the site.
- Choose your favourite category from the menu if you only want to read stories from that category.
- Select a favourite pundit by visiting his/her blog page. Just click on the name on the left of this page, or anywhere their byline appears.
3) Add that URL to your feed reader, or just click the 'Subscribe' button on the right side of the page.