RSS Feed and Instructions for Use
What is web feeding?
A web news feed, or RSS feed, is a web service which will automatically update with the latest content from one or several websites of your choice – saving you time by making your web surfing more efficient on the Internet.
RSS (short for Really Simple Syndication) is usually symbolized by an orange feed icon and is quickly becoming a standard Internet format for web feeding, popular with many sports and news sites. With RSS, you can quickly and conveniently take part of new content without even having to visit the website. RSS enables you to go to one place – your feed reader – and scan all the latest content from one or serveral web sites.
How do I get the web feed?
All you need to use this service is to install an RSS reader on your computer. There are several such readers available. Some of these are software programs which you download to your computer, but we recommend that you use a browser-based reader. Some browser-based readers, such as Google and Yahoo require an account to access their reader. Browser-based readers are web sites that store your feeds and their content in a personal account for you, which is practical for example if you regularly go online from more than one computer.
See links to browser-based and downloadable RSS readers to the right.
Get our RSS feed
Once you have an RSS reader, you can add the Mack feed to it, see instructions below:
1. Copy the URL address below
2. Paste it in your RSS reader