RSS Comes to the Blotter

By From The Blotter

Jun 10, 2007 10:00am

RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is another way to get your daily dose of The Blotter.  By using an RSS reader in your Web browser or site of choice — whether it be Internet Explorer or Yahoo! — you can view a feed from the Blotter that will include headlines, summaries and links to full reports.  To subscribe, go to your personalized Web browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Firefox etc.) and then go to the Blotter. In some browsers, such as Firefox, the RSS symbol lights up when you are on the Blotter page.  Click on it to subscribe. In readers, such as Yahoo! and Google, click on "Add Content" and follow your reader’s instructions to receive a constant feed of new Blotter stories. Subscribe and Enjoy!

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