What is RSS? RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a technology that easily allows you to receive updates from web sites, library databases and other online resources all in one location. The information is supplied through an "RSS feed" that you subscribe to, and it's collected by a feed reader/aggregator.
|RECORDER Articles||Recent, freely available RECORDER articles.||csegrecorder.com/feeds/recorder-articles.rss|
|RECORDER Interviews||Recent, freely available RECORDER interviews.||csegrecorder.com/feeds/recorder-interviews.rss|
|RECORDER Blog||Most current CSEG Blog posts.||csegrecorder.com/feeds/recorder-blog.rss|
Finding an RSS Reader
If you don't already have means to view RSS feeds, there are many options available when selecting an RSS reader. Here is a select sample of popular options*:
Browser-Based: Add RSS feeds right into your web browser.
- Firefox: RSS feeds can be saved as "live bookmarks" and are part of your regular bookmarks
Online Viewers: No downloading or installation required.
Client-Based: Downloaded and installed on the desktop.
* This is not meant to be an exhaustive list. No official endorsement or support is implied by listing of the above links/software. The user takes all responsibility to ensure software downloaded is safe and compatible with their system.