Feeds (also known as RSS feeds) are free and so is the software you need to receive them. If you'd rather not install software on your computer, or you want to be able to access your feeds from any computer, use an online service.In fact, online services allow you to use feeds without installing any software on your computer. Try this page for a good list, and Yahoo and Microsoft Live! Some web browsers make it especially easy to subscribe to feeds.The feeds I use for a private tracker looks like this:
Creating RSS feed from social networks is even simpler. This service allows you to create RSS feed out of almost any web page.Your only task is to provide us with target URL and point on desired blocks in our visual RSS builder. And you get your feed in seconds We store your RSS feed in your account on our cloud servers.We generate a unique URL for each feed you've created. It can also be provided to one of many RSS readers or any other RSS-related service.Once you've created your RSS feed it starts updating automatically.Also, it seems that Outlook’s send/receive process is getting slower because of the amount of RSS feeds that I have.