You may have noticed these "RSS" icons sprinkled around our site:
These are links to RSS feeds, which allow you to subscribe to a variety of channels of information on our site. We have multiple RSS feeds, so you can subscribe to newly updated information related to your particular area of interest. For example:
Mama's News: Receive fresh news and announcements as soon as we post it on the site.
New Products: Receive updates when we add new products to the site.
New Products - Beads: Receive updates when we add new Beads / beading-related products to the site.
Note that you may subscribe to any particular product category (or multiple categories) that you're interested in, so whenever we add new products to that category, you will receive an update. Just click on the RSS icon for "New Products" (in the right hand sidebar) while viewing the particular product category page.
(Note also that RSS subscriptions are separate from our e-newsletter, which is sent out via email.)
How to Subscribe via RSS:
You may subscribe to and read RSS feeds by using a feed reader integrated into your web browser or email software, by using RSS feed reader software, or via online, web-based feed reader services.
- Integrated browser-based or email-based feed readers: Most modern web browsers, including Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and others have integrated RSS feed readers. Simply click any RSS feed icon link on our site, and your browser should load a window from which you can subscribe to the feed. Most modern email programs, including Microsoft Outlook and Thunderbird, have integrated RSS feed readers. (Learn how to use these features in Outlook or Thunderbird.)
- RSS feed reader software: Some of the popular feed readers include Amphetadesk (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X), FeedReader (Windows), NewsGator (Windows - integrates with Outlook), and NetNewsWire (Mac OS X). Here's a list of more RSS feed readers; or perform a search.
- Web-based feed readers: Google Reader, My Yahoo and Bloglines are some of the popular web-based feed readers. Many other online feed readers are available.
More About RSS:
RSS (Rich Site Summary) is a format for delivering regularly changing web content. Many news-related sites, weblogs and other online publishers syndicate their content as an RSS Feed to whoever wants it. (Source: whatisrss.com)
For more information about RSS, visit whatisrss.com, Wikipedia, or perform a search.