What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) lets you automatically receive updated content about CSUF 50th Anniverseary without having to log onto this site regularly to check for new content. By using our RSS News Feed, new content will come to you as a series of links. The new updates can be delivered onto your web browser (ex: Live Bookmark) or a free web-based RSS reader (ex: My Yahoo!, Technorati, etc.). Choose either of the options below to get started.
Live Bookmark is an RSS Reader that is included in Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 1.5 or higher, and Apple Safari. Live Bookmark links to CSUF 50th Anniversary website. Whenever the site is updated, Live Bookmark automatically collects the new updates and displays them in your Favorites folder.
Web-Based RSS Readers
There are many free web-based RSS Readers available for you to choose from, but they all have one benefit: they let you view multiple RSS Web Feeds all at once - without having to log onto their respective websites.
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There are many free web-based RSS Readers you can choose. Those listed above under Option 2 are the most popular. Start by selecting any one of them, click on the button and follow the instructions.