RSS feeds have many other powerful advantages aside from my blatant remark such as: following an infinite number of websites without the laggard chore of visiting dozens if not hundreds of pages.
nearly 2 years ago i converted my site [loumuenz.com] to a wordpress site that facilitates the RSS protocol easily and i'm making a concerted effort to incorporate feeds in any new project i'm creating..
one large obstacle for my plans was where i house 80% of my 'content' and that is pbase.com that has just recently [actually 2 months ago but haven't visited their news section in a while] added several RSS qualities in their code and one option allows the user to share their new uploads via an RSS feed.
if you add this feed: http://feeds.pbase.com/feeds/tremont/photos.atom you will receive the uploaded photo in your 'feed burner' [medium size - 400px] that allows you to click on the image for the original pbase page that includes the larger image [800px].
i use the google reader as my feed reader and have not been convinced that there is a better feed burner for viewing of RSS feeds in a congruent user friendly manner.
RSS feed for newly uploaded photos from lou muenz.