RSS (Really Simple Syndication) Feeds
What is RSS?
RSS (really simple syndication or rich site summary) is a standard format for sharing and distributing Web content, such as headlines and site updates into specific categories called feeds or channels.
RSS allows you to view your favorite feeds without having to visit each site. Feeds are automatically retrieved by your RSS reader so you can view the site's latest updates.
We currently provide feeds for our Photos and News sections. These feeds contain the latest releases with its first few sentences. If you're interested in reading more about a feed, you may click its link to be redirected to its original page.
How to use RSS?
To use RSS, you must first subscribe to a feed. You may do this by entering the feed's link in your RSS reader.
Browsers such as Windows Internet Explorer 7.0 and Mozilla Firefox 1.0 include an integrated RSS reader, you may use these browsers by clicking the button from its window.
You may also click on the Google, Yahoo! and MSN links if you use prefer them as your reader.
More information about Web syndication and RSS can be found here.