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RSS (Really Simple Syndication) allows you to subscribe to our news in the same way you would subscribe to a magazine or a newspaper. All you need is a feed reader.

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 What is an RSS Feed?

An RSS feed is a special file that content publishers such as this Web site make available to reading tools called RSS readers.

RSS collects any new content from the Web sites that interest you and delivers it in one place in an easy-to-read format. Instead of visiting each Web site to check for new content, you can check a single source. New CEPF content will automatically appear in your reader alongside with other feeds you have subscribed to. It is a convenient way to read all the news you need in one place.

What is a feed reader?

A feed reader – also called an RSS reader or news reader - is a tool that collects and organizes all your content subscriptions in one place. Think of it as a news clipping service. You can tell at a glance which of your favorite Web sites has new content. Some popular (and free) Web-based RSS readers:

You can find other readers by doing an online search on “RSS reader”. Personalized homepages like My Yahoo!, Google Homepage and Netvibes will also allow you to read any RSS feed. Additionally, the ability to subscribe to an RSS feed is built into browsers like Internet Explorer 7 and Firefox, as well as software like Microsoft Outlook 2007, Google Desktop gadgets and Microsoft Gadgets.

How do I subscribe to the CEPF feed?

If you're using a feed reader, you can click on the subscribe button below. It will take you to a page that will allow you to subscribe.

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Newer browsers like Internet Explorer 7 and Firefox make subscribing much easier by showing the RSS feed symbol either on a toolbar (IE7) or in the address bar (Firefox) which indicates that there's a feed available. Click on that symbol and it will subscribe to the feed using your favorite reader.

Many sites also enable one-click subscriptions to popular RSS readers such as Google reader and Newsgator by displaying these readers’ buttons on their Web pages.