New to RSS? Here you'll find some general information...

What is an RSS feed anyway (or Atom - is this something dangerous?) 

RSS (an abbreviation for Really Simple Syndication) is a family of Web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works - such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video-in a standardized format.
Read the full Wikipedia article about RSS. The Atom Syndication Standard was developed as an alternative to RSS. Most sites offer their feeds in both flavors.

What can an RSSbox be good for on my website?

You can use our RSSboxes to display news feeds from other websites as a part of your website.
So if your homepage is all about bunny breeding, you could display current news about breeding from Google News or your local breeding association. Or integrate bunny pictures (those small, fluffy animals!) from flickr.com, related books from Amazon, pet food from Ebay and much more.
In short: If your favourite website or news source offers an RSS feed, you can spice up your own homepage by adding this content.

Can you guide me to some interesting feeds I could use?

There are millions of feeds out there. So where to start? Go to Google News or Yahoo News, search for a topic and look for the small orange RSS button. This is the ever-updated feed for this topic. All news sites, online magazones and weblogs offer feeds. Amazon offers feeds about every author, topic, recent releases etc. The web is full of it.