RSS is an acronym for Rich Site Summary, an XML format for distributing news headlines on the Web, also known as syndication.
With Nanook RSS feeds, you can save your searches criteria and get instant notification* of new items matching these directly through your RSS reader.
* feeds update is actually based on how often you have set your RSS reader to retrieve data from Nanook Records (generally every 30 minutes).
How to subscribe?
1. Download a free RSS reader from the web
Before subscribing to a feed, you will need to download an RSS reader from the net, or use a browser-based RSS reader (eg: bloglines.com). RSS readers are free, fast & easy to work with, please have a look at http://www.rss-specifications.com/rss-readers.htm (suggestions: FeedReader - for PC, NewsFire for Mac - Nanook is not responsible for any software installation).
2. Then make a search at Nanook, right-click on the RSS image at the bottom of the results page, and copy & paste its URL into your reader. That's it.
Your RSS reader will update you with new results as soon as we have something in stock matching your criteria.