RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" - it's a format for distributing and gathering content from sources across the Web. Web publishers use RSS to easily create and distribute news feeds that include links, headlines, and summaries.
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Typically RSS feeds consist of headlines and short summaries of new articles, blog entries or search results, though some Web sites and blogs offer the full text of articles or blog entries as feeds.
By using RSS you can stay on top of the news and information you need without using your e-mail system and without repeatedly checking multiple Web sites to see if they have been updated. RSS simplifies the way you stay informed and helps you take control of overloaded email inboxes.
If you click on one of the orange buttons above you will either see the content of our feed, or be asked to download a file. Don't be alarmed - some browsers are not set up to read XML - you need a feed reader to receive and read RSS feeds.
The two most common ways to gain access to a feed reader are to use desktop software or most prefer to register with a free Web-based feed reader such as Google Reader. Click to view a Google search for RSS Reader. With all these feed readers you receive all your feeds in one place. The advantage of the Web-based feed readers is that you can access your feeds from any computer.