RSS is the abbreviation of (Really Simple Syndication) and (Rich Site Summary)
It’s a way to supply you with a list of current news items in a brief format so you can scan headlines and choose the items that interest you most. All without visiting the Web sites that publish them. That is, until you want to read the entire article. To do this you just click on the headline like any normal link on a Web site. Since news headlines come to you instead of the other way around, RSS is referred to as content distribution or syndication.
RSS as a way to subscribe to websites and save time on the Web andRSS is a technology that is being used by millions of web users around the world to keep track of their favorite websites.
In the ‘old days’ of the web to keep track of updates on a website you had to ‘bookmark’ websites in your browser and manually return to them on a regular basis to see what had been added. RSS takes the latest headlines from different web sites, and pushes those headlines down to your computer for quick scanning.
RSS allows you easily informed by retrieving the latest content from the sites you are interested in.