What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary. RSS feeds provide constantly updated summaries of web content, along with links to the full versions. It's a way to keep track of new articles posted without actually having to visit the site...timely information in a consolidated format. CNN, NPR, USA Today, The Miami Herald, and many other websites provide feeds of their content.
How do I use RSS Feeds?
Web browsers such as Firefox and Opera allow you to view RSS Newsfeeds as live bookmarks; you can click the feed icon in the address bar to add the live bookmark. The e-mail client Thunderbird can read feeds, as well as desktop RSS clients such as Blogbridge.
You can use these addresses for the South Florida Musicians Association Feed: