What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for distributing news and other content on websites. RSS is an increasingly popular way for users to keep track of updates to their favorite websites without having to actually visit the site. RESPIRATORY CARE offers RSS feeds of current and recent titles and abstracts.
There are a number of ways to use RSS feeds:
- You can install an RSS news reader (also called an aggregator), which displays feeds from the websites you select. When the site updates the feed, the new entries will be available in your news reader. There are many readers available, and some are free.
- Use your browser. Most browsers now support RSS either natively or via plug-ins.
- If you maintain a website and would like to display the Journal's RSS feeds on your site, you are welcome to do so. Tools or server side scripts (such as php or perl) allow you to integrate RSS into your site.