Tom, you must be close to my age, you recognized the send-it-to-Zoom song even though Molly and Veronica didn't. I'm probably older than you, though. But anyway, all this web 2.0 stuff confuses me and this is one of them.
I use Firefox, and I've dragged a bunch of RSS feed links into a folder that's in my bookmarks, and I browse from there. I thought about downloading a reader, but I already have unread MAIL in my INBOX of my MAIL reader. If I get a reader, won't it download the RSS messages -- that's what I want to know, do they take up space like email, and sit there waiting to be read and piling up if I don't have time and making me feel like I have one more thing I have to do? The folder in Firefox seems to work for me, I can check it when I have time, and when I don't have time, it's not piling up a stack of unread stories to torment me.
So, do I understand how this works, or not? Or have I not even explained it well enough for you to answer?
Thanks! I find your shows very helpful.