What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is a web format that allows visitors
to stay up to date with news and other content published on their favorite websites.
RSS feeds allow a visitor to see the "headlines" that are published on Southeastern's
Southeastern's main news feed is located at:
You can copy that feed to your feed reader, or if your browser supports it, a Feed Icon like the orange one at the top of this page will appear in your web browser, in Firefox it appears on the right side of your Address Bar or at the bottom right of your Firefox window.
Modern web browsers such as Firefox and Internet Explorer 7 (coming in 2006 or 2007) support built in RSS Feed Readers. You can also use a seperate RSS Feed Reader program, or add the RSS feed into services such as Google's Personalized Homepage or Yahoo's myYahoo page and similar services.
Here are a few screenshots of how RSS Feeds look:
In Firefox RSS Feeds drop down from below the address bar. Clicking on an entry takes you to that news article.
You can also add the RSS Feed to Personalized Home Pages such as Google's or Yahoo's services.