What Is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML format widely used for sharing news headlines and web content in general. An RSS feed or “channel” includes a list of “items”. Each item contains a title, a description, and a link to the web page with the full article. The format of the XML feed is described by RSS specifications.

Using RSS Feed

You can use RSS feeds to stay up-to-date with a large number of online news services and blogs. To do so, you need to download and install a news reader (or “aggregator”) application, such as Newz Crawler, FeedDemon, NetNewsWire, Google Reader or other. Then “subscribe” to your RSS feeds of interest.

RSS support is also built directly into some web browsers and email software, for example the Firefox browser and Thunderbird email client from Mozilla.

Webmasters. If you are a webmaster, you can use RSS feeds to incorporate news headlines from various online sources into your web site.

DieselNet RSS

You can stay up-to-date with DieselNet using our XML feed. This feed will inform you whenever new content appears on our site. It covers all newly posted articles in the What’s New section, most of new entries in The Log panel in the home page, as well as new entries in the Career Center.

Our feed follows the RSS 2.0 specification (validate the feed).

Terms of Use

DieselNet RSS is offered as a free service to all users, including the use on your web site, subject to the following terms and conditions:

  1. The XML feed must be used for non-commercial purposes.
  2. A link must be made available to the full article on DieselNet.com as specified in the XML feed.
  3. DieselNet.com must be referenced as the source.

By accessing our RSS feed you are indicating your understanding and agreement with the above terms of use. Ecopoint Inc. (the publisher of DieselNet) reserves the right to discontinue this syndication service at any time.