I’m sure many of you use Wikipedia on a regular basis for information, but did you know that Wikipedia also has RSS feeds available for keeping up with changes to your favorite articles? To get an RSS feed for a particular article just go to the Wikipedia page for it, and click on the History tab located along the top. Now in the far left column you should see a section toward the bottom called Toolbox. In there are two links for RSS and Atom syndication formats, which you can use in your feed reader.
You might be wondering why anyone would want to subscribe to feeds for a particular article. Wikipedia is a very well updated source when it comes to recent events. It’s also a great way to find out what’s happened in previous episodes of television shows (example), and by subscribing to RSS feeds you’re able to read what’s happened as soon as the article gets updated.
If you decide that you can never get enough of Wikipedia there is also this main RSS feed which lists out recent changes to every single article on the site. Just remember, there are a lot of changes being made to Wikipedia every second, so that feed is sure to keep you busy for awhile. :)
Don’t forget to checkout the other useful ways that you can use RSS feeds.