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RSS (including podcast feeds)
The First Amendment Center Online offers news, commentary and analysis for
easy browsing through RSS (Really Simple Syndication).
Here are the available feeds, followed at the bottom of the page by a Q&A
Latest First Amendment news - http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/rss/news.rss
Gene Policinski's Inside the First Amendment columns, blog entries -
Charles Haynes' Inside the First Amendment columns - http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/rss/Haynes.rss
Podcasts - http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/rss/podcasts.rss
Press news - http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/rss/press.rss
Religious-liberty news - http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/rss/religion.rss
Free-speech news - http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/rss/speech.rss
Assembly news - http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/rss/assembly.rss
Petition news - http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/rss/petition.rss
Podcasts: full list
Q & A
What is RSS?
It's a format that allows us at
firstamendmentcenter.org to pack our latest headlines and summaries together for
browsing at your convenience. We have RSS links to all of our different kinds of
First Amendment news, so you can link to the topics that interest you most.
Why use RSS?
Many people have several Web sites they like to visit,
but do not have time to check them all. With RSS you can grab the latest
headlines from these sites without the chore of checking them manually, and go
directly to the material you like.
How do I use RSS?
To use our RSS feed, you’ll need an RSS reader
(also known as aggregator). Its job is to remember which RSS feeds you want, get
the latest headlines from them, and format them for your screen. Readers are
available as both stand-alone computer programs and as Web sites. If you use the
Firefox Web browser, there are also RSS plugins available such as Sage.
Where can I find a reader?
An extensive list of Web-based and
stand-alone RSS readers is available at http://www.newsonfeeds.com/faq/aggregators