June 14, 2006

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There is a little RSS 2.0 button at the left and side of the website, if you click on that then you can copy the URL and paste it into your RSS tracker so whenever a new story is posted you can see immediately, or at least pretty quickly. You can get a Google homepage where you can display many RSS feeds from link and there are other places where you can get a feed–reader from. If anyone actually wants to use this and isn't sure how you can ask here and I'll try and sort out any problems.

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  1. Just to add to that.. If you're one of the sensible folks who use Firefox, there is an orange icon in the bottom right of the browser which you can right–click on, and this adds the RSS feed as a live bookmark in your favourites..

    14 Jun 2006, 14:21

  2. Mathew Mannion

    And if anybody wants to subscribe to the blog who is a student at Warwick, you can click the little heart on the utlitiy bar at the top of the page and then it will be saved in the Favourites for your blog – you can read the entries by clicking on it from your blog or clicking on the group to read all entries from blogs in that group.

    14 Jun 2006, 14:49


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