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What is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a free, XML-based format for syndicating news and content. RSS feeds are utilized by many: major news sites like CNN and Yahoo! through to the UCLA community like the Daily Bruin and Media Relations. Each feed breaks down the most recent updates: headline, summary and link for each update.

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Why use RSS?

It's easier, faster access to updated content from your favorite sites. By subscribing to or bookmarking feeds that you want, your reader or browser will translate code to readable links, updated automatically when new content is available from each subscription.

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