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New to RSS feeds? Well, it's one of those things that you can live without, until you try it.

RSS feeds allow you to receive content in real-time as it is published, all in one convenient web-based location. Once subscribed to a feed, when the website updates, you see a description of the headline and a link so you can get all of your news and headlines in one place. It's that simple. In fact, RSS even stands for "Really Simple Syndication". To see the content from the RSS "feeds", you must use an RSS reader. If you already use My Yahoo or My MSN, you already have an RSS reader. It is the technology that enables the news feeds.

If you've new to this, go sign up for a free account at Google.com/reader and start adding feeds to your account, starting with our feed. Many of your favorite websites already offer feeds. Your RSS reader will allow you to subscribe to as many as you wish. Enjoy - you'll thank us for it!

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