What is RSS?

A feed is usually used for website content that changes regularly, and is published in a way that allows people to subscribe to receive the updated content automatically. Many browser programs, used to view the Internet, have the ability to receive and store the feeds until you are ready to read them, and there are also specific programs, many of them free, that will do this.

View it from Your Browswer

  1. Click on the RSS link (indicated by the orange icon, in the sidebar on appropriate pages)
  2. Subscribe to the link at the top of the page.  Check your browser's help text for more specific instructions or additional features.

NOTE: this feature is ONLY available for Firefox, Internet Explorer 7+, and Safari. Other or older browser versions may require the use of a desktop RSS Reader*

View it from Your Desktop

  1. Copy the RSS link (indicated by the orange icon, in the sidebar on appropriate pages)
  2. Paste it into your favourite RSS Reader*
    *view our recommended list of desktop readers below

Recommended Desktop RSS Readers:

More Information

If you'd like to find out more about RSS and how it works, check out this list of reliable resources:

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