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  • RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a technology that distributes a website's content to users in real time. Subscribing to RSS is similar to using a bookmark in your web browser. RSS provides feeds that contain headlines, summaries, and links to full web articles. RSS allows you to keep up with your favorite news and information without visiting the actual websites; instead, RSS feeds are delivered through a news reader or aggregator program.
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  • Some readers are web-based, but others require you to download a small software program onto your desktop. Some newer versions of browsers offer support for RSS feeds. You can download a wide range of free and commercial news readers from the web.
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  • After installing a news reader, you can select a feed, also called a channel. Each reader has slightly different way of adding feeds; however, most readers require the URL (web address) of the RSS feed.
  • Click on the small RSS link/button near the feed that you would like to read. Clicking on it will link to a reformatted EIA RSS feed page that is easier for your browser to read. Copy and paste the URL of this page into your RSS reader.
  • Newer browsers can read RSS content as is, but older browsers may have trouble reading it. With some browsers, you will need to transfer this information into an RSS reader by using the RSS URL that appears in the address bar of your browser. Simply copy this URL and paste it into add new channel or add new feed in your news reader.
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