RSS feeds will let you know when new information is posted to our News section and Events Calendar. In order to subscribe you need an RSS reader. If you are not familiar with RSS please read the Q & A. If you are familiar, you can subscribe now.
RSS (Real Simple Syndication) is a way of sending content from a Web site to a user who wants to receive that content. A Web site that wants to allow people to read some of its content without visiting its site creates an RSS document and registers the document with an RSS publisher.
A user that can read RSS-distributed content can receive the content on a different Web site, or read it with a program that converts the document to a readable format. Syndicated content can include such data as news feeds, events listings, news stories, headlines, project updates, excerpts from discussion forums or even corporate information.
To read an RSS feed, you need a client software called an aggregator or feed reader, which takes the RSS code and translates it into something you can easily read on your computer screen. Outlook 2007, and other newer email programs have built in RSS readers. Feed readers can also be found at MyYahoo!, Google, or by searching for them online