Subscribing to any RSS feed is similar to following someone on a social network. Once subscribed, what I publish will be delivered directly to you in an app called an RSS reader. This saves you from needing to remember to visit my site regularly. You can subscribe to my site and billions of others using this same technology making it simple to keep up-to-date with all of them in one place.
If you'd like to subscribe to what I publish on the web I recommend two main RSS feeds:
- My blog's RSS feed is https://cdevroe.com/feed
- My more frequently updated Mastodon RSS feed is https://firstname.lastname@example.org
You can copy and paste those URLs into any RSS reader service or app on any device or platform and it will work.
Here are some services and apps that you can use to subscribe to my blog.
If you'd like to follow my infrequent podcast, you can use RSS for that too. In fact, all podcasts use RSS. You can subscribe to my podcast using an app on your phone, computer, or tablet that will deliver each episode to you as they are available. Go to this page to see the list of apps that currently support my podcast.
If you have any questions about RSS or how to use it feel free to reach out.
Alternatively, you can find me on the following platforms:
- @cdevroe on Mastodon
- @randomsixty on YouTube
- @cdevroe on Micro.blog
- @cdevroe on Flickr
- @cdevroe on Instagram
- @cdevroe on GitHub
- @cdevroe on LinkedIn
I hope you give RSS a try. It is a fantastic way to keep up-to-date.