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Have you ever noticed those inviting orange buttons on some web pages, or spotted the odd link pitching an “RSS feed”? If you've ever. Although browser- based feed readers may not be the most sophisticated way to read your favorite sites' feeds, they make a simple place to start. When you click on one. TODAY provides the feeds available below.. on this page. Click on either the text link or the RSS icon, and follow your news reader's instructions for subscribing to (or adding) feeds.. To request permission to make commercial use of the USATODAY.com RSS feeds, please contact us at headlines@ usatoday.com. Medium provides RSS feeds for user profiles and publications. User profile To access a user's feed, /feed/ before their username:... Recently, one of our readers wrote me that she was “trying to figure out if there is a way to have new posts sent directly to my email… When I click on the [ ProfHacker] RSS feed link I just get computer language that makes no sense.. Mark showed us how to hack a library catalog with RSS and SMS. As I've. Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a popular XML-based format designed powerful content distribution (more). RSS allows you to easily keep track of news and happenings at your favorite RSS-savvy sites, and Ars Technica offers feeds for all of its content. Just visit a feed and you'll be presented with several.

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