What exactly is RSS?
RSS is an abbreviation for “Really Simple Syndication”. RSS is an easy way to keep up with the latest updates on your favorite websites in one easy to view place.
JPPG.org’s RSS feed provides you with JPPG’s latest headlines, a summary, and a link to further reading for all content of our website. Because our blog is updated often, this is a quick way to keep up with what’s going on with JPPG without having to check the website often!
What is an RSS Feed?
A RSS document is called a “feed”. An RSS feed is an XML-based file format that allows the information to be published one time and made viewable by many different programs called “news readers” or “RSS readers”. A feed can provide updates for news headlines, blog entries, as well as audio and video, such as podcasts.
How do I read RSS feeds?
You will need a “news reader” or “RSS reader” to read the RSS feeds. These readers are software that can be installed on your computer, or downloaded as a mobile app, or even set up with an Internet interface. Some web mail programs give you the ability to view your feeds with their built-in readers.
To access the RSS feed for the JPPG.org website, simply enter the feed address below into your favorite reader!
JPPG.org Feed URL: http://jppg.org.previewdns.com/feed/