RSS Syndication Feeds


What is RSS

RSS, otherwise known as Really Simple Syndication, is a popular format for sharing content without requiring readers to visit a web site to see what's new. By subscribing to an RSS feed readers can get up to the minute headlines and article excerpts without having to continuously refresh a web site. You can learn more about RSS by reading the Wikipedia article here

How to access RSS feeds

There are a number of ways to access RSS feeds. You can download and install a dedicated news reader that can collect, update, and display RSS feeds from a wide variety of sources. There is an ever increasing number of both free and commercial news readers available for every operating system. Since no news reader is the same we suggest you try out a few until you find the one that fits you best. Google provides a comprehensive list of news aggregators that you can download and test. Once you've downloaded an installed a news reader follow the provided instructions for subscribing to (or adding) feeds.

As an alternative to downloading and installing a dedicated news reader, you can use a Web-based news reader to subscribe to feeds.

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