This site is available as an RSS feed. If you do not know what an RSS feed is and visit this site using a bookmark and are happy working that way, there is no need to read further.

However, if you know what an RSS feed is or want to learn, read on. Many blogs, websites and other information sources now output items as a stream of information, analogous to a stock ticker, only slower. These streams are called feeds. One popular way to read feeds is by downloading and installing special software, such as FeedReader. Another popular choice is BottomFeeder.

However, it is also possible to read feeds on the web. Below is a simple way to do this on windows.

1. Go to and sign up
2. You will be sent an e-mail. Click on the URL or type it to your browser
5. Fill in URL: and click on Subscribe
6. Clear the check boxes and click on Subscribe
7. Sign up for any other feeds you want such as
8. Click on the name of a feed at the left to read it.

Since this site is normally only updated once a day, in the morning, do not expect a large volume of traffic. Also, only the news goes into the feed. The map and other pages still require going to the website.