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New to RSS? Don't worry, we're talking about something which is fast, easy to use and free!

About RSS

RSS - acronym for Really Simple Syndication - brings automatically website news straight to your desktop. With our RSS feed, you can quickly and easily monitor website for new content. If you use a special program - called feed-reader, news-aggregator or rss-reader - you'll be able to get the latest news just as they are published.

How to use RSS

The steps to use RSS feeds are only two:

  1. Get a news aggregator - You need a free news aggregator software1, or a browser2 or a web-based service3.
  2. Subscribe to our feed - Once chosen your aggregator, simply copy the address below and paste it into the aggregator's "subscribe" dialogue, or - for some browsers only - just click the following button Subscribe to RSS feed or link:
  3. If you use Google Reader, or iGoogle, you can use the 'Add to Google' button instead: Add to Google.


That's all: the aggregator begins to display our feed. And you only need to periodically read the news just within your aggregator!

1 There's wide variety of RSS readers available for free online, such as Feedreader or FeedDemon for Windows and Vienna or NetNewsWire for Macintosh.

2 RSS functionality also comes built-in with browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer 7, Opera, etc. Additional aggregators are also available, even under your own e-mail client, like Mozilla Thunderbird.

3 Some free web-based programs are Google Reader, MyYahoo!, Bloglines.

For citation purposes
Agnoli G.L. & Rosa P., website, interim version 30-Dec-2010 , URL: