"RSS" means "Really Simple Syndication." That means whenever Boston Discovery Guide publishes new or updated articles, you can get them instantly without having to check the website every few days. RSS also lets you get updates from your other favorite news sources and publications too.
Best of all, RSS is completely free and very easy to use.
Once you download a free RSS reader, you can sign up for all the RSS feeds you want to receive. All it takes is a couple of mouse clicks - no need to give out your email address!
And if you find you're no longer interested in a particular feed, unsubscribing is equally easy.
How to Get Started?
First, download a free RSS Reader, which puts our updates into an easy-to-read format.
The easiest way to do this is to go straight to our RSS feed . You'll find all the information you need right there.
Two other popular readers are:
For Windows Users: RssReader
For Mac Users: Newsify
https://itunes.apple.com (in search box, enter: Newsify)
Follow the online set up instructions for whichever RSS reader you choose.
Once you're set up, here's what you need to do to subscribe to our RSS feed:
1. Right-click (command-click for Mac users) on any page of this site)
2. Select Copy Shortcut ("Copy Link to Clipboard" for Mac), and paste that URL into your RSS Reader.
And that's it! You're subscribed.
More to Know about RSS Readers
Although RssReader (Windows) and Newsify (Mac O/S) have lots of fans, not every reader works with every RSS feed.
If you want more reader suggestions, just go to your favorite search engine and search on "free rss reader for windows". Mac users can go to iTunes online and perform a similar search "free rss reader" to pull up RSS readers for Macs.