What is FeedBucket?
If you don't know if a website offers RSS, enter the address for the site and FeedBucket will attempt to locate a feed.
What is RSS?
RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication. It is what it claims to be: a quick and easy way to create and use "syndicated content" such as news headlines and announcements. More and more websites and blogs use RSS to deliver articles and article previews to readers who are simply too busy to browse to our site and dig up the content they are interested in. Other sites use RSS to alert customers of new products or upcoming events.
RSS is delivered to end users through "feeds", a more or less universal form of downloadable raw data ("universal" in that all feeds are in XML. Different flavors of feeds can vary slightly) which can be read with a variety of applications, including FeedBucket. The websites you already read may offer an RSS feed; if you don't already know what the feed address is, you may be able to find it linked to with a small blue or orange icon that reads either "XML" or "RSS".