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What is RSS?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication," and is a popular way for websites to syndicate their content.
How RSS Works.
When you subscribe to an RSS feed, you can receive that content as soon as it's published, without the need to visit our website. RSS will enable you to recieve the blog posting directly in your RSS reader without visiting our website. Subscribing to an RSS feed is free. To read an RSS feed such as one of our blogs, you'll need to use a program that can receive and read RSS. Some email programs (such as Thunderbird) have the ability to read RSS feeds built-in, and there are programs available to add RSS-reading capability to other email programs like Outlook. However, many people use programs called RSS readers to manage and read their RSS subscriptions. There are many RSS readers available for all computer platforms (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.), and many of them are free. One of the more popular free RSS readers is FeedReader; there are many others available to try out, as a Google search will reveal. If you don't want to use a separate program to read RSS feeds, there are several web-based services that let you read and manage RSS feeds online using your normal web browser. Bloglines is one such service.
How to Setup RSS?
Set up a program to read RSS feeds. Each RSS reader program has its own way of subscribing to a feed, so follow the instructions for whichever program you're using. Every blog on our website is syndicated through RSS. The URL for any blog feed can be found by clicking on the RSS and XML images. That's it! Once you've created your new channel, you are subscribed to that feed and will receive new content automatically whenever it is posted.