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bullet FpML RDF/RSS Feeds for News Aggregation

What's this?
This button alt links to the RSS feed of FpML. RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication," a lightweight XML format designed for sharing headlines and other Web content. FpML updates the RSS feed every time there is a new headline with links and descriptions for each of the news from FpML's most recent issue.

Please click on the orange XML button below to get the FpML News feed:  alt

How do I use an RSS feed?
News aggregators are the most popular tool for interpreting RSS files. All you have to do is download a news aggregator and subscribe to the FpML feed. The news aggregator will check the feed for updates and alert you when there is new content.

A news aggregator is software that periodically reads a set of news sources, in RSS or other XML-based formats, finds the new updates, and displays them on a single page. You can easily find news aggregators searching on the Internet.

To subscribe to the FpML feed you should enter this RSS URL to your news aggregator: http://www.fpml.org/fpml.rdf

Want to learn more about RSS?
RSS makes it easy to syndicate and distribute content on the Web. To get more details about RSS, check out the RSS 1.0 specification at: http://web.resource.org/rss/1.0/

If you have questions, please send an e-mail at: webmaster@fpml.org