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RSS feed added to IAS Plus

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18 Apr 2007

We have added an RSS feed to IAS Plus.

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an easy way for you to be automatically updated on key additions to the IAS Plus website. You can subscribe to RSS feeds (sometimes called XML feeds) from multiple websites, scan through all their latest headlines in one place, and directly access content of interest with a single click. We have put a permanent link to our RSS page at the top of the left column of this home page. When you click on that link, you will be taken to our RSS page.
  • Some browsers, including MSIE 7 and Firefox, automatically support RSS. When you go to our RSS page, those browsers will ask if you want to subscribe.
  • You can also subscribe directly in Outlook 2007;
  • If your browser doesn't do that (eg MSIE 6) you can subscribe by signing up for a web-based service (such as MyYahoo!, a personalised Google homepage or Google reader, Bloglines, etc.). Just copy and paste the URL of our RSS page into your chosen reader.
  • You can also download and install separate RSS reader software onto your computer. You can find some information about RSS readers Here.

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