Do you want to be able to read only the most currently published material on your favorite news sites and blogs – all organized in one place – and be notified when new material is posted? An RSS reader will do that for you.
Many of the web sites, whose most current information you would like to read, actually publish their current information (posts, news etc.) through an RSS feed. What you need to gather that information is the reader – an RSS reader.
There are a number of products that will do this – here are three options.
- If you use Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer 7 there is an RSS reader built right into the Favorites Center.
- If you use FireFox there are free add-on RSS readers you can install. One such add-on reader can be found at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/424.
- If you have a Google account, Google has a free RSS reader. Read about it at http://www.google.com/help/reader/help.html.
The Northwest website provides an RRS feed so that you can keep up with the latest postings by our people. Just open your RSS reader now and sign up.