RSS is a way for web sites to deliver information directly
to you, and to automatically show you new information that's been published —
without needing to go back to the web site yourself.
For example, if you want to stay current with the latest lottery news, you can
subscribe to Lottery Post's news feed. You then configure your news reader to look for new stories posted at Lottery Post every hour, or every 15 minutes,
or once a day, or however often you like. You don't need to visit the Lottery
Post web site to check for new stories posted; your computer does that for you!
In the past, you would have needed a separate program called a news reader to
subscribe to RSS feeds and monitor content. Nowadays almost all modern web browsers
have news readers built into them, so there's nothing else you need. For example,
IE6 users can get a news reader simply by upgrading to IE8!
you can find built-in news readers in Firefox, Opera, Safari,
and many other modern web browsers.
There are many full-blown RSS news readers offering tremendous functionality beyond what
web browsers can do. There are also infinite ways to utilize RSS feeds. We
recommend viewing Wikipedia's RSS entry as a starting point to learn more.
RSS Feeds Available at Lottery Post
The following is a listing of RSS feeds offered by Lottery Post.