RSS News Feed Offers an Alternate Path to Spawn Stories
Friday, April 23, 2004

RSS feeds are gaining a reputation as a quick way for Web users to find online news. RSS, an acronym for Really Simple Syndication, allows Web site owners to provide links back to site content that are viewable in RSS Feed Reader programs and can be displayed on other sites. is joining the ranks of other online content providers like,,,, and who offer links to their Web site content via RSS feeds. The RSS news feed will always provide the top six news stories posted to the News page. The feed will offer news story headlines, sub-headlines and links to the news stories on

We've successfully tested the RSS news feeds on a few different RSS Feed Readers (some are free of charge, others you must pay for).

For Windows

For MacYou can even subscribe to RSS feeds on your iPod.Check out the links below to find out how you can add our RSS feeds to your Web site.After downloading and installing an RSS reader, add or subscribe to our RSS news feed by entering the following address into the RSS reader program After adding the feed, the news feed will be updated automatically each time we add a news story to our site. For future reference, the address above will be available on the News page.