An RSS Feed is basically a short-list of most recent events (posts/articles) on a website.
The structure of this website on the front page is basically a list of most recent articles. We believe this serves a similar purpose to an RSS Feed.
You can though select to see only the article excerpts by using the explicit XML RSS Feed function of this website. This can, for example, be a function of a web browser or an email client (like Microsoft Outlook).
If you use a web browser, it will depend on the "brand" of browser as to the results you see. Some browsers will display the XML file without formatting, so it will look a bit like a web page in design mode. Others will show it as a standard formatted web page.
If you get a display that is not formatted, you may use our RSS page to get the similar results to a formatted display (last 10 articles). The link is in the About menu as: RSS Feed which you could bookmark for easy finding in the future, without the need to load web pages just to get to a menu.
Here is the link to the XML RSS feed of this website that you can use in your web browser or mail client
XML RSS Feed