AMRI is please to offer you RSS (Really Simple Syndication), enabling you to get updated information about AMRI delivered right to your desktop or RSS-enabled handheld device.
What is RSS?
RSS is a content delivery medium that you can use to receive content from Web sites, including AMRI. We are using RSS to syndicate, or distribute, Web content by creating RSS "feeds," to which you can subscribe.
What are the benefits of subscribing to an RSS feed?
- It's 100% opt-in, meaning you only receive the content you want—no unrequested information from any other source. You can also easily remove a feed when you don't want to receive it anymore.
- No e-mail address needed because it is not delivered via e-mail.
- Feeds quietly update themselves while you work on other things. It's automatic—you get new content as soon as it is added to the RSS feed.
- Content actually gets through. RSS feeds aren't blocked by SPAM filters, because it is a completely different system.
- It's safe—no SPAM, no viruses, no worms, no trojans, no dangerous, unwanted content.
How can I access RSS feeds?
You need an RSS reader. RSS feeds are pulled into a software program specifically for reading them, called an "aggregator," sometimes referred to as a "news reader" or simply "reader."
Here are a few examples of available RSS readers:
- RssReader (free)
- Awasu (free)
- NewzCrawler (free trial version, $24.95 full license)
- NewsGator (Outlook plug-in, free trial, $29.00 full license)
- FeedDemon ($29.95)
- Bloglines (free)
- NewsFire (free beta version)
- NetNewsWire Lite (basic free version)
- NetNewsWire (30 day trial version, $39.95 full license)
- AmphetaDesk (free)
- NewsMob (free)
Once you have downloaded and installed a reader, you can click on any orange RSS button to view that feed in your reader. Note, some RSS readers require you to copy and paste the link to the RSS feed into the program.