RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds are a great tool to keep up-to-date with sites that update content often, and also a way to find new sites that have common features of sites you are already subscribed to. Once you have signed up to the RSS feed of a site, you can go to your reader (the Grub Blogger uses Google Reader) to see what new posts have been made on your favorite websites. For example, if you sign up to my feed (which I hope you will), and I post something new, you will see the title and the beginning of the post in the reader, listed along side any updates from other sites you have subscribed to. It is simple, user friendly and non-obtrusive (you check when you feel like it.) Having all your fav sites in one place saves you from checking them individually to see if there are updates. Another cool feature is that the reader will guess at sites you might like, based on your previous selections. This feature gets “smarter” as you pick more sites. So, if you like what you see on GrubBlogger.com, please sign up for an RSS service (if you haven’t already) and subscribe to my feed. You can use the functions to the upper-right of this post to do so.