RSS Feeds
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds allow you to automatically receive up-to-date content from to your favourite websites directly, without having to revisit to check for updates yourself.
RSS Readers
Bloglines (Web-based)
Feed Reader (Windows)
FeedTicker (Macintosh)
My Yahoo! (Web-based)
NewsGator Online (Web-based)
RSSOwl (Linux)
Thunderbird (Windows, Macintosh, Linux)

How do I use RSS feeds?
In order to get RSS feeds, you need an RSS feed reader (see sidebar). There are three different kinds of feed readers: standalone readers, readers integrated into your browser, and online readers that are part of another service. Once you subscribe to a feed, you'll get the most current information from your favourite sites every time you open your feed reader.

How do I get RSS feeds from fps?
fps offers several RSS feeds that you can use to keep up to date with our site. You can subscribe to our feeds using the links in the right sidebar. Simply click on the appropriate link to add the feed to your list. If your reader does not automatically add the feed, you can subscribe by copying the feed's URL from your browser's address bar into the appropriate field in your RSS reader.

Websites and blogs can use the headlines to our RSS feeds, provided that a link to is included.
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