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Wait, you lost me. What’s RSS?
If you listen to podcasts, you already use RSS without realizing it. Podcasts were the original use case for RSS feeds, but most blogs and websites publish an RSS feed and have handy automatic discovery. Like with podcasts, RSS lets you follow your favorite sites from one place without checking them manually. You don’t go out and download each episode of your favorite podcasts manually, so why should it be any different with your favorite writers?
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Some sites don’t provide a link to their RSS feed in the code behind the page, but modern RSS readers are usually smart enough to find it anyway.