What is RSS?
RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary. It’s used to subscribe to information on a website so it gets delivered directly to you. You need to have an RSS reader that will take the new information from our feeds and alert you that it’s there. By subscribing to RSS feeds, you can control your online experience in one convenient location, while decreasing the need for email subscriptions filling up your inbox.
How do I subscribe?
To get started, you will need an RSS reader. There are different versions of RSS readers, some can be used through a browser, and some are downloadable applications. Some web pages, such as My Yahoo, Google or Bloglines, allow you to add feeds and view new content directly from that home page which allows you access from any computer.
To access our feeds, please click on the word “Subscribe” or on the small image that looks like this: You can copy the URL for the RSS feed and paste it into the appropriate field in your RSS reader. Some browsers like Internet Explorer 7, Firefox, Opera, Safari, will automatically detect RSS feeds for you which makes it easier to subscribe.
Here’s a list of some RSS readers available to you:
My Yahoo – http://my.yahoo.com/
Google – http://www.igoogle.com
Bloglines – http://www.bloglines.com/
Internet Explorer 7 – http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/internet-explorer/download-ie.aspx
Firefox – http://www.firefox.com
Safari – http://www.apple.com/safari/
NewsGator – Inbox for Microsoft Outlook – http://www.newsgator.com/individuals/default.aspx
To Subscribe to our RSS Feed:
Please use the following link