Watch Diana-News as an RSS Feed
XML feeds are a new and efficient way to get personalised news on your
computer. When new information appears on Princess-Diana.com, our corresponding RSS feed is updated and your RSS reader alerts you of the new content.
How can I use Princess-Diana.com RSS feeds?
First you'll need an RSS reader, which can alert you to Princess-Diana.com content as it is updated.
Once you have an RSS reader installed, copy the Feed-URL link from above and paste it into your chosen reader application.
Popular RSS Readers
A larger list of RSS-compatible readers is available at
dmoz.org. There are hundreds of products for viewing XML feeds - many can be downloaded
Google Directory also contains a list of some of the most
popular aggregators, as does
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Personalize your Google Homepage
After copying the RSS shortcut link, click "Add content" or "Personalize your Google homepage" on your Google homepage. Click "Create a Section" in the list that appears and a text box will be displayed for you to "enter a feed." Paste your RSS shortcut into the text box and click "Go."
Princess-Diana.com RSS in Mozilla Firefox
"Live Bookmarks" let users of the
web browser load RSS feeds into their bookmarks menu. Princess-Diana.com pages that are enabled for Live Bookmarks place this icon
on the bottom right corner of the Firefox browser. Clicking on the icon and
selecting an RSS feed will bring up Firefox's Add Bookmark dialog. Select 'OK'
and you will see Princess-Diana.com Live Bookmarks with the rest of your bookmarks.
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[ An explanation from
Feedster.com ::: RSS Search
What is Syndication?
Syndication is a simple idea -- it allows a website to say to another program
on the internet "Here's my content if you want to display it in another
location or context." If you think about it, right now you get in your car (browser)
to visit your friends (web sites). What syndication enables is your friends (websites)
to come to you (your computer).
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for distributing and
aggregating Web content (such as news headlines). Using RSS, Web content
providers can easily create and disseminate feeds of data that include, for
example, news links, headlines, and summaries. RSS is the format that defined
(and defines) syndication and has brought it into the mainstream.
What kind of content is available via syndication?
Pretty much anything you can think of is available in syndicated format.
Everything from technical information to recipes to political analysis to sports
information. There are millions of syndicated feeds right now.
How can I use Syndication?
Typical applications for consuming or using syndicated content include:
- Using a program known as a News Aggregator to collect, update and display
- Incorporating RSS feeds into weblogs
- Enhancing static web sites with fresh content from syndicated fees
What is a News Aggregator ?
News Aggregators (i.e. news readers) are programs that will download and
display RSS feeds for you. Think of them as "reading software for your computer".
Where can I find a News Reader?
There are hundreds of products for viewing XML feeds - many can be downloaded
Google Directory contains a list of some of the most
popular aggregators, as does
Where can I find more XML feeds?
Most large news organisations and weblogs offer XML feeds. The
project has compiled a comprehensive list of feeds from around the web.
Look at www.feedster.com
For those unable to download and install software,
provide free news aggregation services that can be accessed through normal web
For more information about feeds, please look e.g. at