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  Sexual Health RSS
  Soil Research RSS
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  The South Pacific Journal of Natural Science RSS
  Wildlife Research RSS

What are RSS Web Feeds?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a standard file format for syndicating information on the web. There is a wide range of applications that support RSS feeds including newsreaders and personalised homepages available.

What is a newsreader?

A “news” or “feed” reader is a special application that aggregates and displays multiple feeds. Your choice of reader will depend on a number of factors including cost (some are free and some have a fee) and suitability with your computer’s operating system. Getting advice from a colleague experienced with RSS is recommended. Two popular examples are:

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Getting Started with RSS

Once a reader is installed, select a feed from the list above or look for RSS feeds on your favourite web sites which are usually indicated by an orange RSS or RSS (or XML) button. You then simply copy the URL address into your reader (hint: right click on the feed button, select Copy Shortcut and paste into your reader). Your reader will regularly check for new information from all sites selected and alert you to any new items found.

  
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