RSS News Feeds
RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site
Summary) feeds are a way to get news and events delivered straight
to your desktop. The MPIfG offers the following RSS feeds from the News section
of our website for use with news readers/aggregators. Our RSS feeds are available in RSS 2.0.
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Read RSS feeds using a web browser
Anyone using the Mozilla
web browser has support for feeds built-in, and
Microsoft Windows users have support for feeds in
. Apple Macintosh users can also use the
built-in support for feeds in the
If you visit a site that has RSS content, you will notice
a small button (usually an orange color) with the acronym XML or RSS on it.
Just klick the button to read or subscribe to the feeds.
Read RSS feeds using a RSS reader
RSS reader are standalone applications that process RSS
feeds for you. But what aggregator to use? Here are some
choices. You can find other readers by searching the Web for
such terms as "RSS" and "reader."
On the web
If you don't want to install a program and your web browser
doesn't support RSS,
you can choose online news services like Blogline