Clicking on an RSS link below will provide you with raw XML data of our content and a url for the feed subscription. If you do not have a compatible reader installed with your browser, you will see XML code in the browser window. Here are some options for subscribing to our RSS feeds:
Use a browser like Internet Explorer 7 or 8 which supports RSS feeds. To subscribe to an RSS feed using Internet Explorer, click on the RSS feed below to which you would like to subscribe. When the new browser window appears, click on the Subscribe to this feed button. To view your list of subscribed feeds, go to View > Explorer Bar > Feeds in your browser command bar. This is where you will be able to check your feed subscriptions for new content.
Set up a free Google Reader account. If you already have a Google account, getting set up on Google Reader is easy. In a separate browser window, log in to Google. Then from the navigation options at the top of the Google page, click on More and select Reader. Next, click on the red Subscribe button. When prompted for the RSS feed url, come back to this page and click on the RSS feed below to which you would like to subscribe. Copy the RSS feed url from the browser address bar. Paste it into the Google Reader subscription box and finish by clicking Add. Your new subscription feeds will appear in your main window and your newly added subscription will be listed in the left navigation column under Subscriptions.
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Additional Information About RSS
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format for distributing and aggregating Web content (such as news headlines). Using RSS, web content providers can easily create and disseminate news headlines and URLs. To find more information about common RSS Readers, enter the term "RSS Reader" into an internet search engine.
Recommended RSS Readers
Google Reader, Omea Reader, Mozilla Thunderbird, Other Readers