Media Molecule PMoly


All our feeds can belong to you!

What is RSS? Despite its unfriendly jargon-o-rific name, RSS is actually a very friendly and useful little chappie.

Depending on who you talk to, it stands for Rich Site Summary, or Really Simple Syndication, and very rarely as Really Smelly Socks, but that’s unimportant in the grand scheme of things.

Essentially RSS allows regularly changing web content to be delivered to whoever chooses to subscribe to it. In other words, if you choose to subscribe to an RSS feed of say, the blog on this site, then the blog will be delivered straight to you, and save you the journey of coming all the way to the site to see if it has been updated or not.

You can subscribe to RSS feeds in various ways with a selection of tools and applications, and it’s fairly likely that something you already use has an RSS reading ability built in. Check out this big ol’ list on Wikipedia.

Below you'll find a selection of RSS feeds, allowing you to subscribe to the information you deem most desirable to you!


"Twitter is a free social networking and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read messages known as tweets." That's what Wikipedia says, and generally that place is pretty good for this kinda thing.

We use twitter to keep people up to date on our goings on, and you can choose between the following different feeds, depending on what you'd like to be kept updated on! It's a bit like RSS but with added tweety noises!