What Is RSS?
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RSS is a way for Timberdoodle to continuously "feed" you our latest announcements, with links to each news item. Your time is precious and you don't want to spend it unnecessarily combing our website for specials, closeouts, or one-of-a-kind deals. To instantly learn what's new you'll just check the Timberdoodle RSS feed.
How does this differ from email?
What do I need to do to read an RSS Feed?
Timberdoodle does and will continue to maintain a monthly email that will alert you to that month's specials. But many opportunities arise during the month that don't justify a mass email, but will have appeal to those in the market. Maybe a case of books arrive with dented corners, or vendor accidently ships a wrong item. These are occasions when those few in the know will enjoy deep discounts.
How do I add Timberdoodle's rss feed?
To read an RSS feeds, you need a software tool called a feed reader. Your feed reader maintains a list of your favorite RSS feeds, checks them regularly for updates, and displays their contents. Feed readers are available for every kind of computer platform and operating system. They offer a wide range of features and interfaces. Our family is currently using the Bloglines. This is a pretty good (and free) Web-based feed reader service that's fairly easy to use. If technology makes you break out in a sweat, ask a teenager you trust to get you started.
There are a couple of options to add the Timberdoodle feed. Some Feed Reader's can automatically detect a feed on a page. This page is setup for automatic detect. Another option is to manually add the feed by using the following url "http://www.timberdoodle.com/v/rss.xml"