What's an RSS? Simply put, an RSS is a text file you store on your computer - one that will be updated regularly. In this case, the file will contain a list of the most recent titles that matches you query.

To subscribe to an RSS-feed, you will need an apropriate feed-reader. This may be your web browser, email-client or a separate RSS-reader. This information will be stored on your computer, which will contact our server to check for updates, at regular intervals. No information will be collected on the server to connect you to a specific feed, so if you want the feed to be available on other computers than the one you're on at the moment, you will have to subscribe again.
Opera-users:
Opera 8(+) supports RSS-feeds. Enter a title above to describe the search you performed, submit the form, and answer "Yes" when Opera asks if you want to add the feed.
Choose a name for this RSS-feed
Title/Name
This may take about a minute, so please be patient.
Firefox-users:
Firefox 1.0(+) also supports RSS-feeds.
To subscribe to an RSS-feed, click on the orange feed-symbol in the adressbar: rss-symbol
Internet Explorer-users:
Explorer 6 does not support RSS-feeds, so if you don't wish to wait til version 7 comes out, consider trying a different browser. There are also several separate RSS-readers available for free.
If you're unable to try any other software, you can still subscribe to e-mails with the same information, using MappaMI. MappaMi-logo
Safari-users (Mac):
Safari 2(+) (standard browser in MacOs 10.4 Tiger) supports RSS. After submitting this form, you will automatically be given a list of items. On the side of the window, one of the links will allow you to bookmark this RSS-feed.
Choose a name for this RSS-feed
Title/Name
This may take about a minute, so please be patient.

Andre RSS begynner å bli støttet av mange nettlesere, så selv om den du bruker ikke er nevnt her, kan du forsøke vår RSS ved å skrive inn en beskrivende tekst nedenfor, og deretter trykke på OK
Title/Name
This may take about a minute, so please be patient.