Feeds for

Wait — what's a feed?

We're glad you asked! A feed is short for "RSS Feed," which stands for really simple syndication. In plain language, it means that instead of you continually checking into see if there's new content on our website, we deliver that new content directly to your computer. (Kind of like how we deliver the magazine you're subscribed to straight to your mailbox.)

Once you 'subscribe' to a particular feed at, every time there is a new article or blog post in that category, you'll be among the first to know! How is this content delivered to you? There are two ways: Most current browsers — including Internet Explorer version 7 and up, Firefox, or even Google Chrome — already come prepackaged with the ability to utilize our feeds. Just click on any feed above to get started and then follow the on-screen instructions.

If you'd prefer to use an actual application to subscribe to feeds — the same way you use Microsoft Word to compose a letter or iTunes to listen to music — many people enjoy using Google Reader (Web), FeedDemon (PC) and NetNewsWire (MAC).

If you still have questions or need additional help, please feel free to contact Ryan Sechrest at Enjoy!

This page was last updated on 7/15/2010 (RS).