That's the trouble I'm having. I'm a tech sorta guy so I know what RSS stands for, but I'm not sure too many other people do... yet.
The newer browsers have a special section for "Feeds" such as this one. These are not
web pages. That's why simply clicking on the link didn't work. If it's not integrated into your browser you will need to download a free RSS reader program. Then you can "subscribe" to the feed (similar to Favorites in a web browser, only different) and the page will update itself automatically as new stuff is added to the feeder page. The link Sam provided is your RSS reader link and doesn't display properly in a web browser.
This has some exciting possibilities for those who know how to use it. My current web page doesn't do it anymore
, but my earlier personal website had a built in RSS reader. I added the subscription codes to my webpage and the content would be displayed on my page in a special column, sort of like the way Google feeds banner ads. I use RSS feeds in some of my corporate webpage designs to feed stock price info straight to my pages. It can also be used to email new product updates to whoever choose to this option. I get daily Reuters news feeds emailed once a day using RSS technology.
For those who know how to take advantage of this, it's great news!