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|Testimony Before Congress||Subscribe to Feed|
|Lessons Learned Initiative||Subscribe to Feed|
|Google RSS Reader||View Reader|
|My Yahoo RSS Reader||View Reader|
What is a feed?
A feed is a document that contains summaries of web content with web links to the original versions. It may be viewed with a feed reader or news aggregator. If you simply click on the link without a feed reader, you will see a page of XML code. Internet Explorer 7+ and Mozilla Firefox users will not see XML code as those browsers can manage RSS Feeds for users. For those users, click the desired RSS Feed above. In the new tab/window, click "Subscribe to this feed" and "Subscribe Now" respectively.
Currently we feature RSS feeds. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. The feeds usually contain a heading, a summary, and a link to the full content.
How do I use it?
To subscribe to an RSS feed, click on the desired feed in the black box to the right, then copy the web address of the feed. Follow the instructions provideed with your RSS feed reader. We have provided a few links to some of the more popular free web-based feed readers (See above right-most table).
Again, Internet Explorer 7+ and Mozilla Firefox users can simply click the desired RSS Feed above. In the new tab/window, click "Subscribe to this feed" and "Subscribe Now" respectively.
Please address all inquiries regarding these feeds to SIGIR Public Affairs by e-mail or call 703-428-1100.