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To take advantage of any RSS feed, ours included, you will need to get access to a news reader. These come in many forms, but they all automatically check the feeds you have chosen and 'feed' you with the latest content. That way you don't have to visit every site to see what's new.

Below we have listed some news readers. They are software programs that you may have to download, or you may already have access to if you are browsing using an up-to-date browser like Firefox, which has this feature built-in. Please note this list is far from comprehensive, and you should do a little investigation to find the one that suits you best.

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Some Example Readers

Awasu (PC) Bloglines (Web) FeedDemon (PC) FeedZilla (Web) Firefox (Browser) NetNewsWire (Mac) Newsfire (Mac) Newz Crawler (PC) NewsGator (Web)

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