I was a little over ambitious when I wrote the code for my RSS feeds. I've since realize that I really only need two, both of which are maintained with WordPress. Everything that I used to put in my other feeds will now be put on my blog, which has its own feed.
If you don't know what to do with an RSS feed, read the short article below the list of feeds.
Also see RJ's Social Networking for other ways to follow RJ.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and RSS feeds are a great way to keep up to date on news and blogs. Since I write mostly on my blog now, I don't use my e-mail lists anymore, so I decided to only syndicate my writing through RSS feeds.
Most e-mail software supports RSS feeds. Although there is other software dedicated to just reading RSS feeds. There are even online RSS readers that you log on to so you can read your feeds from any computer on the internet. I use various readers linked to Google Reader so that every place I read my feeds is synced. For more information on RSS readers, check out Feed-Readers.com.
Once you've installed an RSS reader, or if you're just going to use your e-mail software, all you have to do is click on the feed you want to subscribe to. If everything is set up so that it's automatic, you'll be prompted to confirm you want to subscribe. If not, you may have to copy the address of the feed and paste the address into the "subscribe" dialogue in your RSS reading software or e-mail software. Once you've subscribed, you'll be updated as soon as I send anything out.
One other thing: most RSS readers and e-mail software have a bunch of pre-subscribed feeds. You'll want to delete all of these and just keep the ones you're interested in.