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Here are answers to some common questions about using web feeds.

What is a feed?
A feed, also known as RSS feed, ATOM feed, XML feed, syndicated content, or web feed, is frequently updated content published by a website.

What software do I need to view a feed?
Most modern browsers support feeds including Internet Explorer 7+, Firefox 2+, Safari 4+, and Opera 9+.

If you do not have one of these browsers, you can use an internet service such as Google Reader or download a software application such as FeedReader or FeedDemon, or if you are using Outlook 2007+, you can use its built-in feed support. The best option however is to upgrade your browser to the latest version so that all features of the website are available.

How do I access a feed?
When you click on one of the feed links above, you can view the current feed content. To get content automatically, subscribe to the feed.

How can I automatically get updated content?
You can receive content automatically by subscribing to a web feed. Your browser or feed reader will automatically download the most up-to-date web feed information at periodic intervals.

Does a feed subscription cost money?
No, it’s free to subscribe to the Sullivan Alliance feeds.

What does RSS mean?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and is used to describe the technology used in creating feeds. Atom is a newer feed protocol that provides similar functions as RSS.