- E.J. Becker's Blog
- Chris Merrill's Blog
- Scott Parks' Blog
- Mike Shanin's Blog
- Darla Jaye's Blog
- Audio & Video on Demand
- Kansas City's Morning News Audio
- The Voice of Merrill Audio
- Shanin & Parks Audio
- KMBZ Live with Darla Jaye Audio
- Special Audio
- America's Wealth Management Show Audio
- Real Talk With Dave Audio
- St. Lukes Health System Audio
What Is RSS?
The Internet grows exponentially on a daily basis. How can you keep track of so many sources of information? RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is the answer.
RSS feeds are streams of data that offer a list of articles on a site or section of a site and update whenever new, relevant information appears online. Through the use of a news reader or Live Bookmark that processes RSS feeds, you can view headlines and article excerpts from multiple sources, all in one place. A few popular news readers are Bloglines, FeedDemon, Pluck or, for Mozilla Firefox users, the Sage RSS reader. Live Bookmarks are a feature of the Firefox and Safari browsers and function much the same as RSS readers.