Sunday River offers RSS feeds for our daily snow reports, press releases and daily cam shot, as well as video podcasts. To access a feed click on the FeedBurner link, from where you can subscribe through a number of options or access the XML file to add to your RSS reader of choice, or add it directly to My Yahoo from here.
What is an RSS feed?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a web content format that allows you to subscribe to websites. An RSS file is different from traditional web content because it simply contains information about recent updates; there are no colors, images or formatting. By using an RSS reader application you can automatically have this content brought to your desktop by subscribing to an RSS feed.
What is RSS for?
Quite simply, RSS files are files that allow other people, websites and programs to display information from other websites in a simple and automatic format. Since RSS is a standardized format it is easy for multiple RSS feeds from multiple sites to display information in other places. These places could be to your desktop via a RSS reader program, your blog, a local news site that needs trail and condition reports, etc. It is an easy way to syndicate information to many sources using one file location.
How you can use Sunday Riverís RSS feeds.
Sunday River offers RSS feeds for several of our most commonly updated features. Our feeds are all available as XML, which can be subscribed to through FeedBurner using the RSS reader of your choice, and select feeds can be added to MY Yahoo. By subscribing to our feeds you will be able to have the latest information automatically delivered to you direct from the resort.