Scran RSS Feeds
Scran offers a range of its services as RSS feeds. We have the traditional News RSS Feed and you can also create an RSS Feed of our Top Ten Searched records.
We also offer more personal RSS feeds controlled by you. If you have a Stuff account on Scran which is free to set up, not only can you store favourite searches and create albums in Stuff, but you can also turn these into RSS feeds too. Go to Stuff to see your own RSS feeds in action.
To use an RSS feed, copy the URL shown on the news feed page to your news reader or simply click the RSS symbol. Some browsers may show a subscribe now button and an active bookmarks option to make this process simpler.
RSS News Feed
What is RSS?
RSS [Really Simple Syndication] allows easy sharing of online resources between users and websites.
Basically, it "sends" automatically updating summaries of these resources to your computer. These summaries come complete with links to the full version.
Using RSS, Web content providers can easily send feeds of data that include, for example, news links, headlines, lists of new resources, searches and summaries.
How do I use RSS?
How do I get a Reader
A number of free and commercial News Aggregators are available for download. Use Google to find examples. Search for RSS Readers.
How do I make it work?