TrueNicks Introduces RSS Feed

The TrueNicks Web site now has an RSS feed.

For the more tech-savvy of our readers, you can now subscribe to the TrueNicks RSS feed to get all the latest postings on the site fed into your reader. Click on the RSS feed on the left hand column to subscribe to the feed.

Really Simple Syndication, more commonly known by its "RSS" acronym, is an innovate, easy-to-use, and free service that provides 24/7 feeds of news updates for readers who would like to receive the information directly on their laptop, desktop, or email. Each update can be read within the reader's chosen viewer or directly on the TrueNicks site via an included link.

  • What is an RSS Feed? An RSS feed is a listing of a Web site's content that is updated whenever new content is published to the site. Programs called RSS readers download the feed and present it to you in your news reader as a list of headlines and excerpts. Each headline will have a link back to the Web site it comes from, allowing you to read the entire story.


  • Why should I subscribe to RSS? An RSS feed saves you time. Instead of checking our site to stay on top of the lastest TrueNicks postings, our RSS feed brings the news directly to you.


  • How can I receive the TrueNicks feed for personal use? In order to read an RSS feed, you'll need an RSS reader. There are many free Web-based RSS readers available, or you can download RSS reading software. A few Web-based RSS readers include:


    RSS Software includes:


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