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I am brand new to the Mac and was wondering if there is some way/program that would allow me to have the system download websites for reading offline at another time. We have satellite internet and you are limited on how many megs. you can download prime time but it is unlimited overnight. I would like to go out and grab a forum so I can read it off line but have no idea how to do it. Is there also a way to set the system to download something like a software update at a certain time?
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You'll need to use an RSS reader and then subscribe to the forum's feed (if supported).

MacForums for example, has an RSS link in the top toolbar, 2nd from the right.
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Is there a way to do this with out the website having an RSS feed?
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