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WHAT IS RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based Web-content syndication format used to deliver constantly updated headline feeds to readers. Our RSS feeds deliver headlines, calendar events, descriptions, and links back to today's stories in the Patriot Entrepreneur. RSS Feeds are an easy way for you to be alerted when a new issue of The Patriot Entrepreneur is released or an event gets added to the calendar.
HOW DO I USE RSS?
If you are using Internet Explorer 7 currently, click directly on the image on the home page to add the Feed to your browser favorites right now.
You can also download a special RSS news reader that will allow you to collect and display RSS feeds. Many readers are available, and most are free. You'll find several options to choose from below:
- With Internet Explorer 7 you can subscribe to RSS feeds and get instant access to the content that matters most to you. With the built-in RSS reader in IE7, the latest updates from the Patriot Entrepreneur can be delivered directly to your browser! If you are not running Internet Explorer 7, Microsoft encourages you to download the latest version at microsoft.com
- Another option is to visit Download.com and get a copy FREE copy of FEEDREADER. This program is easy to use, and will allow you to subscribe to multiple feeds.
- Anyone with a MyYahoo account can subscribe to Patriot Entrepreneur RSS feeds by clicking on the Add Content button from your MyYahoo home page. In the Find Content box, locate the 'Add RSS by URL' link. Click this link, and then enter the following URL - http://patriotentrepreneur.gmu.edu/eventsfeed.rss Then add the particular feed to your MyYahoo page. If you don't have a MyYahoo page, registration is free at my.yahoo.com.
- Mozilla Firefox Browsers allow you to add feeds as 'live bookmarks'. Click on the Help menu in Mozilla to learn more about RSS Feeds and live bookmarks.
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