What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is an XML-based format for delivering content on the Internet to users as it is being updated. Like subscribing to a newspaper or magazine, you can subscribe to your favourite websites for regular updates of their content.

What is a RSS reader and how do I get one?
RSS readers allow you to subscribe to various feeds and access all the content conveniently in one place. Instead of having to visit the site to see if it has fresh content, you will get alerts for new content that have been added to your favourite sites.

RSS readers may also be called feed readers or news aggregators. Some examples are Google Reader,
My Yahoo!, and Bloglines. You can sign up for them at no charge.

How do I subscribe to AsiaOne's RSS feed?
Just click on any of the orange rss tabs on our rss page to select the feed you wish to subscribe to.

Your browser may guide you to add the feed:

Just follow the instructions accordingly to start receiving regular updates of the latest news and information from AsiaOne.

Alternatively you may add the feed to your reader manually by using the URL or web address of the feed.

For example, if you wish to subscribe to AsiaOne's news feed, you can paste the URL below into the relevant text box or field in your rss reader:

Copy the URL of the rss feed from the address bar of your browser after clicking on the rss tab :

The steps may differ according to the rss reader that you use. You can refer to their help pages for more:
Google Reader