Michael, One way of doing all this is to install the Lektora Plug-in. I'm pretty sure it works with Internet Explorer and Firefox. Lektora will look for a feed on a site and install it for you. Hey presto, you're susbscribed. It's not perfect, and I have an idea it's still in beta, but it does a useful job. Good luck Vince Michael Babcock <mouki@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: how do you subscribe to blog rss feads? like what is a good reader and stuff? ~_visit my blog and shownotes at http://www.livejournal.com/~kiryoumake ~_call me at 206-208-4772 ~_and subscribe to my podcast at http://www.ourmedia.org/mediarss/user/69444/ ~_also, please sign my petition to make charter communications allow airing of adult swim at the following link: http://new.PetitionOnline.com/animem/petition.html thanks ----- Original Message ----- From: Jeff Bishop To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 6:12 AM Subject: RE: Quickest Way To Find Feed Address On A Blog/Podcast Web Site I search for RSS and then XML from the top of the page. --------------------------------- From: blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Mika Pyyhkala Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2006 7:50 PM To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Quickest Way To Find Feed Address On A Blog/Podcast Web Site Hi, Let's say you are looking at the home page for a podcast, and want to find the RSS url used to subscribe. What is the quickest way you have discovered to find this? Not all podcast home pages have RSS or subscribe written out e.g. if you do a find command you may not find it. Said another way, how do you most quickly find the feed address to put into Juice when you visit a new podcast web site? Thanks, Mika --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? With a free 1 GB, there's more in store with Yahoo! Mail.