RSS Syndication

What Is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way to publish information online. Instead of remembering to visit a favorite website, news comes directly into your computer daily or at whatever interval you want.

What Do I Need to Receive RSS Feeds?
First, you need a feed reader. Performing a search for "RSS Feed Readers" in any major online search engine such as Google or Yahoo! will produce a bundle of software options—many of which are free.

Once you obtain a feed reader, subscribing to an RSS feed is as simple as looking for the appropriate feed link.

For Google Chrome users, the RSS Feed Reader and Feedly extenstions are popular choices and can be found on the Google Chrome Webstore along with other options.

For Mozilla Firefox users, the Brief and Simple RSS Reader extensions are popular choices and can be found in the Firefox Addons page along with other options.

For Internet Explorer users, an RSS reader is already built into your browser. When viewing an RSS page, there will be a message at the top of the page to subscribe to the feed. After subscribing to a feed, you can view it in the Favorites toolbar.

To view one of the feeds in your RSS feed reader: 
  1. Copy the URL that corresponds to the topic you would like to subscribe to
  2. Paste the URL into your reader
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