What on Earth RSS Feed
Get Great Gift Ideas Straight To Your Desk Top Without Checking Our Site
Get the latest, greatest Fun Wear & Delightful Diversion ideas from What on Earth - wherever you want them - whenever you want them.
Thanks to a format called RSS, we can provide you with more fun and novel gift ideas and great deals than ever before.
What is RSS?
You no longer need to check your favorite website everyday for fun gift ideas. We can bring you
new and great gift-giving ideas right to your desktop. Keep track of your favorite websites in one
location using RSS. RSS means "Really Simple Syndication".
How do I set it up?
1) Choose an RSS reader (we provide a starter list below).
2) Subscribe to our feed:
3) Advanced users may choose from several feed formats:
atom.opml, rdf.opml, rss.opml, rssfeed.atom, rssfeed.rdf.
Links to Popular RSS Readers
Note: These links are not related in any way to What on Earth.
Read all notes from the publisher before installing software on your computer.
Windows 2000/Windows XP
Outlook, POP, Eudora, Mobile, MediaCenter
The What on Earth RSS feed is provided free of charge for use by individuals and non-profit organizations for personal,
non-commercial uses. Commerical inquiries, please contact us.
If you include What on Earth's RSS feed in your own site, we ask that you provide attribution to What on Earth
catalog in connection with your use of the feed. If you provide attribution in text, please use: "What on Earth".
If you provide this attribution with a graphic, please use the What on Earth logo here.
We reserve all rights in and to the What on Earth logo, and your right to use the What on Earth
logo is limited to providing attribution in connection with our RSS feed. What on Earth reserves
the right to require you to cease distributing our feed at any time for any reason.
RSS Feed Frequency
We recommend pulling your feeds daily, as opposed to every 15 or 30 minutes.
Want to Learn More About RSS?
RSS is a wonderful way to stay on top of news, favorite blogs, or any website which updates
frequently and provides a feed. For instance, did you know that the Old Farmer's Almanac
has RSS feeds? How about the BBC, National Geographic, NYTimes, Washington Post,
Christian Science Monitor, Forbes, NPR, Routers, ESPN? The list goes on and on.
Look for the orange RSS, Atom or XML icon on your favorite websites. We hope you'll
enjoy the What on Earth's Product Of The Day RSS feed. Please feel free to
share your thoughts or suggestions with us anytime!