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What is RSS

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a lightweight XML format, which lets you automatically receive updated content from your favorite Web sites. Using RSS, you won't have to visit Web sites to see if they have new content; the new content will come to you. Think of it as a distributable "Update" for your site. Originated by UserLand in 1997 and subsequently used by Netscape to fill channels for Netcenter.

On Web pages, web feeds (RSS or Atom) are typically linked with the word "Subscribe" or an orange rectangle, Livemark, or with the letters XML or RSS (although this indicates specifically an RSS feed.)

Available Feeds

Latest eBooks

Most Popular eBooks

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OPML (Outline Processor Markup Language) is an XML format for outlines. It is basically used for sharing your XML feeds. Here we provide two OPML.
  • OPML for the latest and most popular books in RSS1.1, RSS2.0 and ATOM1.0 feeds.(Recommended) -
  • OPML for the latest and most popular books from each sections in RSS1.1, RSS2.0 and ATOM1.0 feeds. -

How do I use RSS?

RSS-aware programs called news aggregators are popular in the weblogging community. Many weblogs make content available in RSS. A news aggregator can help you keep up with all your favorite websites by checking their RSS feeds and displaying new items from each of them. You can tell if a site offers an RSS feed by a small button that says either RSS or XML. But if you click one of the buttons, you'll probably get a page full of XML code in your browser. News Readers interpret that code and display your chosen RSS feeds properly on your computer. You simply copy the URL or XML code associated with the RSS feed into your News Reader.

You can get updates not only through news reader, but also using My Yahoo, Google Personalized Home, Google Reader, GMail Web Clips and quite a lot ways. If you are using FireFox Browser, we recommend the Sage reader.

Click here to watch how to add our feeds to GMail webclips.
Click here to watch how to add our feeds to Google Personal Home.

Updates on our ebooks right in your Google Desktop
Updates on our ebooks right in your Google Desktop

Where do I find a desktop reader?

There are different News Readers available for different computer operating systems. Here are a few that are popular for PCs: Awasu, FeedDemon, and RSSReader. These offer free trials, as well as premium versions for a fee.

For Mac OS X, try: Newsfire or NetNewsWire.

These newsreaders plug in to applications already running on your PC. For instance, NewsGator works with Microsoft Outlook, feeding headlines into Inbox folders from subscribed channels. Pluck, on the other hand, works with Internet Explorer.

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