Examiner RSS Feeds (explanation of use below list of feeds)
An RSS feed is an xml-based file often listing of headlines with a text summary that can be read by another program or website. RSS is often said to stand for "Really Simple Syndication," because it is relatively easy to implement and use.
The programs that know what to do with RSS files are called 'feed readers" or sometimes "news aggregators." Most are very easy to use. They all let you read headlines from dozens or more of news and blog sites at one time if you so chose.
There are three kinds of feed aggregating readers you could use: aggregator web sites, web browsers can act as feed aggregators, or stand-alone feed reader software that you installed on your computer, mobile, or used in a broswer. Once you have an aggregator, simply click on the RSS chicklet icon (or name Under the Dome of the feed) with associated feeds above. It will take you to a feedburner page where you can add the RSS feed to some most popular aggregators with a few clicks (most are browser based) in the top right corner.
The RSS feeds of The San Francisco Examiner are offered to individuals and non-commercial organizations only. Commercial websites wishing to use San Francisco Examiner RSS feeds, please contact our web staff.