What is RSS?
RSS is an open-standard XML format for publishing news headlines on the Internet, in a process known as syndication. People subscribe to these news feeds by using a news aggregator or news reader, a specialized application for displaying RSS headlines from multiple news feeds. The application connects to the news services at preset intervals, and downloads new items as they are published. By default, headlines are sorted most-recent-first, and usually carry a short summary and a link to the web page where the full story is displayed.
What does 'RSS' stand for?
It stands for Rich Site Summary, or Really Simple Syndication.
What news readers or news aggregators do you recommend?
For Windows 98 and above, we recommend FeedDemon, available in a trial version.
Click here to see the UHV NewsWire RSS Feed
Click here to see Library RSS Feeds
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