RSS is short for Really Simple Syndication, it is a standardised Internet file format for providing regularly updated information and content (such as news) directly to an Internet capable program on your computer.
If you are using an RSS capable Web Browser such as Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, or Microsoft Internet Explorer 7, you should see an icon similar to the image displayed on this page, in the navigation bar. If you click on this, it should allow you to subscribe to the RSS feeds we have available.
When you do this, your web browser or RSS program will automatically check for updates at regular intervals, and will highlight these or notify you automatically.
If you're not currently using an RSS capable web browser, we recommend Mozilla Firefox, which you can download from our File Mirror by clicking here (windows users) then click on the .exe file. For Mac users we recommend Apple Safari.
Here is a list of the RSS feeds that Internode currently have available for customers.
Clicking on these links in an RSS capable web browser, or pasting them into an RSS feed application will allow you to subscribe to the feed. In a non-RSS capable web browser, you may see the raw RSS file if you click on one of these links.
If you'd like to find out more about RSS and other Web feed formats please see the following articles on Wikipedia: