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OracleHome RSS Feeds

What's an RSS feed, anyway?

RSS (or Really Simple Syndication) feeds are free content feeds from websites - usually sites that update with new information frequently, just like us.

So why is RSS so useful?

Rather than visiting websites for new updates and articles, RSS will automatically alert you to new updates. For example, you can subscribe to RSS feeds for the latest news headlines on news websites, RSS feeds for new entries on your favourite blogs, and so on. The OracleHome RSS feeds show the latest Oracle and Computer News including the latest Computer Book Reviews.

If you run your own website, you can use RSS feeds to display the latest headlines from other websites on your site.

How do I start using RSS?

You can either download free RSS reader software, or use a free web-based RSS reader service. Some of our favourite free RSS reader software includes:

You can also create an account with a free web-based RSS service. Some of our favourite web-based RSS services include:

Some browsers, including Firefox, Opera and Safari, automatically check for RSS feeds for you when you visit a website, and display an icon when they find one. This can make subscribing to RSS feeds much easier. For more details on these, please check their websites.

Sounds good - so how do I subscribe to the OracleHome RSS feeds?

Just copy and paste the following link into your RSS reader as a new feed/subscription:

Latest Computer Book Reviews RSS Feed

http://www.oraclehome.co.uk/rss/latestbookreviews.xml OracleHome Latest Book Review RSS Feed

Latest Computer Book Releases RSS Feed

http://www.oraclehome.co.uk/rss/latestbookreleases.xml OracleHome Latest Book Review RSS Feed

New Computer Books RSS Feed

http://www.oraclehome.co.uk/rss/newbooks.xml OracleHome Latest Book Review RSS Feed

Our RSS feeds are constantly updated with the latest information as they're altered on our website. Naturally, like all RSS feeds, this is a free service.

OracleHome does not accept any liability for its RSS feeds.