|AfriGeneas RSS feeds
AfriGeneas News: http://www.afrigeneas.com/newsfeed/index.xml
To subscribe, paste the above url into your RSS reader.
What's a feed or an RSS feed?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds repackage a webpage's new/updated information into an RSS file. This file, written in XML format, can be read in an RSS reader. Subscribing to RSS feeds makes reading news and gathering information much more efficient - you don't have to surf a lot of sites, one at a time, to get all of the information you want.
What does the orange button have to do with a feed?
Feeds are usually indicated on webpages with a link to the word "Subscribe", "Syndicate this Site", or an orange button like these: or or .
How do I subscribe?
You subscribe to a feed by entering the feed URL into your RSS reader. RSS URLs generally end in .xml, .rss, or .rdf.
What is an RSS reader and where do I get one?
RSS readers allow you to collect and read the most currently updated content (i.e. RSS feeds) of blogs and other webpages in one place. No need to visit every single one of your favorite sites separately - just check your RSS reader for updates from all of those websites.
RSS readers can be software, browser add-ons, or web-based. They are available for Windows, Mac, Linux, cellphones, Blackberries...there's something for everyone.
A long list of readers, organized by platform, is available from the RSS Compendium.
Here are a few you might want to check out:
How do I find other feeds?