Connect using RSS

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an Internet technology that lets you stay up-to-date with articles and other information posted on the Choosing Change Blog without you having to actually browse around our site.

RSS allows web pages or special programs known as news readers to get content from multiple websites and put it all in one place – like a personalized compilation of new web content just for you. You can click on a link and go to the Chossing Change blog, the New York Times, the BBC, or lots of other sites.

Getting Started with RSS

So how do you get started? First you need to decide if you want to download and use news reader software or get your RSS feeds compiled on a web page. If you are online most of the time, you'll probably like the web page option better. The news reader option is good if you want to have it collect content while you are online and then let you read it when you are offline.

If you want to use a news reader, we suggest the Google Reader.

If you want to use a web page, we suggest one of the following (among many available options):

Adding the Choosing Change blog to Your RSS Website or News Reader

Paste the link shown below into the "Add by URL" or similar prompt in your RSS web page or news reader. If you want to see the actual data in the page, click here.


Terms of use

The feed is provided free of charge for personal, non-commercial use. If the feed is posted on a personal web site, please provide attribution with the text "from". Commercial users should contact Brooke Randolph reserves the right to require that you cease distributing the feed at any time for any reason.