What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. RSS information is in a standard XML format used to publish frequently updated content such as news releases or other timely information. Consumers use RSS readers and news aggregators to collect and monitor their favorite feeds in one centralized program or location.
How do I get started ?
To subscribe to our RSS feed you will need an RSS reader. Once you have a reader you can subscribe to an RSS feed by clicking on or pasting the feed url into your reader.
Here is a source of RSS readers you can download and run from your desktop. You can also subscribe to RSS feeds with a web based service that allows you to view your feeds online from any computer. One popular choices is Google Reader, for example.
You can also add RSS feeds to your online portal pages like iGoogle or Netvibes. Some of the latest web browsers also have RSS capabilities.