RSS can help you keep up to date with the latest dpnow articles
We haven't publicised this until now, but here at dpnow we syndicate our article headlines and links to the full articles via RSS (Really Simple Syndication).
If you are not familiar with RSS, by subscribing to an RSS feed like ours, when each article is published you will receive automatic notification in the form of a headline and introductory first sentence. If you find an article interesting, you can click on the provided link to read the full article on our site.
Why use RSS instead of visiting our site directly?
Of course, we prefer all our readers to visit our front page but we also know that many valued dpnow visitors regularly look at the content of many different sites and may find keeping up to date with all of them, separately, very cumbersome. RSS provides a way of keeping up to date with all the latest articles efficiently and conveniently.
Some more net-savvy, dpnow visitors have already worked out that we have had an RSS feed for a while and have successfully subscribed to it.
How to subscribe
To subscribe to dpnow's RSS feed you will usually need to paste ' /index.xml' into a subscription line when using your online RSS reader service or software.
You can subscribe to our feed using an online RSS news aggregator service, like www.bloglines.com or www.newsisfree.com, for example. Yahoo also provides an RSS news aggregation service. Online aggregators are often free services but you will need to register with them. Alternatively, you can install an RSS news aggregator application, like RSS Reader, NewsGator or SharpReader on your own computer.