Fancy getting the latest ThinkBaby news straight to your desktop?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a technology that allows you to keep track of the latest news and features, quickly and easily. The latest news articles are delivered to your desktop the moment they're published, making it easy to stay up to date with what's happening on your favourite site.
How do I get RSS?
All you need to do is install a program commonly called a news reader, and there are plenty available for free. The program will discreetly sit on your desktop and alert you the moment something new is published on ThinkBaby. You'll receive a message with a heading, a short summary and a link to the full article.
Once you've installed a news reader, just click on one of the available RSS feeds to the right and copy the URL at the top of the browser window into your news reader. Once you’ve done this you'll no longer have to worry about missing the latest news and articles on ThinkBaby.
I need a feedreader
Below are some of the more popular news readers available, but a browse in a search engine will reveal plenty more. Google Desktop and Firefox can do useful things with RSS feeds too...