What is RSS?
Put simply, RSS is a publishing format that enables you to view website content through something called a “reader.” Using a reader makes it unbelievably easy to stay current with numerous websites by viewing the content from all of them in one place. To do so, you subscribe to a website’s “feed” through your reader. The feed is the stream of new content that a website delivers to your reader.
The following is a video from Google that explains how the Google Reader works. This is one of the more popular readers and is the one I use.
To subscribe to a feed from a particular website, you typically search for the website through the reader, or you cut and paste the url of the website’s feed directly into the reader. If you’d like to view the latest Natural Bias content in your reader, here’s a link to the feed:
Simply copy the url into your reader and you should be all set!
If this sounds like too much for, a simple alternative is to receive new content through email. If you’d like to subscribe to Natural Bias through email, simply type your name and email address in the box below and press the “Submit” button. You’ll receive an email asking you to confirm your subscription, and once you do, you’ll receive an email each time a new article is posted.