For those of you who use RSS to keep track of news online, I wanted to mention that NACHI.TV now has its own RSS feed. If you don’t know what RSS is, it stands for “Really Simple Syndication” and is a way to keep track of new items posted to the web sites you visit. You can tell a site has an RSS feed by looking for the RSS icon in your web browser (in the URL bar in Firefox, and in the toolbar in Internet Explorer 7):
You can use web applications such as Google Reader or desktop application such as Mozilla Thunderbird to keep track of RSS feeds. I keep track of web design blogs, the New York Times, and the InterNACHI message board using RSS in Thunderbird; that way all my latest news and e-mail are in the same place.
You can subscribe to NACHI.TV’s RSS feed at http://www.nachi.tv/feed.php (or go to any NACHI.TV page and click the RSS icon). Now that we’re releasing 4-5 episodes a month, this is a great way to keep up with all the new episodes.