Reading a News Feed in Thunderbird
Thunderbird mail software (mozilla.org) lets you view RSS content as easily as reading email.
Thunderbird normally displays 3 panes on the screen. The first displays your email accounts (each with an "inbox" and other folders), followed by RSS news accounts and subscribed feeds, and last, news accounts with subscribed newsgroups. The second pane shows subjects or titles, and the third displayed the selected messages or articles.
How to create an RSS account
Your new RSS account should now be listed in your account pane (normally on the left side of the screen).
Adding a news or blog feed:
The URL will be verified and added to the account. You can add more feeds under this RSS account, or you may create more than one RSS account, each with multiple subscribed feeds. It's easy to remove any of them.
In the RSS news accounts, the article is not downloaded or displayed until you select it for viewing, similar to reading newsgroups and IMAP mail. (POP mail accounts automatically download all emails and store them on your computer hard drive.)
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Firefox "Live Bookmarks"
The Firefox browser offers access to RSS feeds through another option called Live Bookmarks (mozilla.org).
Firefox Live Bookmarks (mozilla.org) are an easy way to check news feeds.
News feed URL for Boating in Canada News Blog:
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