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What is RSS?

RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication. It is a quick and easy way to send you updated information about our service. Using a special program you can access this content, and content from hundreds of other sites, and be notified of the latest changes to our site.

Example RSS viewers include:

Additional Readers and Extensions:

  • Firefox has a feature called Live Bookmarks that lets you subscribe to an RSS feed within the browser.
  • For even more flexibility, you can install a Firefox extension called Sage to read and manage RSS feeds.
  • A Firefox plugin named eQuake Alert lists the latest event near the bottom of the browser window and will optionally shake your browser window when a new event appears.
  • Bloglines is a free, web-based service for managing news feeds. There is no need to download or install software, and you can access your feeds from any computer connected to the Internet.

What do I do?

It's easy to start using our RSS feeds. Download and install a feed reader for your computer then follow these simple steps:

  • Go to any of our pages and right-click, or if you're a Mac user control-click, on the orange RSS button ( RSS Feed ) on our pages.
  • Select "copy shortcut" or "copy target address" or something similar.
  • Launch the feed reader you use and add the URL that you just copied into the program.
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