RSS is a popular way to pull in news and information from across the Web. "Really Simply Syndication" allows web sites and blogs to push content to you easily.
RSS feeds can be easily added to a variety of sources, from a My Yahoo home page, to a desktop 'aggrigator' such as sage, or even downloaded much like email in applications such as Mozilla Thunderbird.
Anytime you see an RSS button like this: RSS clicking on it will load the feed. To add to your My Yahoo, or other RSS agrigator, copy and paste the link from this button into that application to have the latest news downloaded automatically.
For more information about RSS and it's uses in government, visit: http://www.rssgov.com
RI.gov offers a web-based tool for posting news and press releases online to your Web site, the RI.gov portal, and any site or user subscribing to your RSS feed. For more information, contact us
RSS feeds on RI.gov are marked by the RSS button. Clicking on either the title link, or this button will link you directly to the RSS feed.
Learn more about Rhode Island's datashare initiative, including more about how to use state Government RSS.