Already familiar with RSS feeds? Then go ahead and subscribe to the feed(s) of your choice via the links to the left. The feed contents are all in English, but you can choose between an English or Japanese interface. This is free service.
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RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, an XML-based format for content distribution. RSS is an efficient way to browse the news and blog entries. RSS feeds (also called Web feeds or channels) usually offer headline and summaries; if you want to read more of the story, a link directs you to the news site or blog.
For a detailed description of how RSS works, see Wikipedia's entry on RSS.
There are many way to receive RSS news feeds. This is just an brief overview of what's available.
One way to receive feeds is a dedicated news-reader software application, which you must install and set-up on your computer.