NCSE RSS Syndication

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The National Center for Science Education, a clearinghouse for information on teaching evolution and opposing non-science in science classrooms, has long had a web site with both breaking news and critical resources. Now, the NCSE web site has syndicated content using an RSS 2.0 compliant feed. Please pass the word along…

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Thank you very much!

All I see is a bunch of html code.

Steve: Copy the URL and put it into a newsreader like FeedDemon, Bloglines.com or NetNewsWire and you’ll see it light up!

I’ve tried out rss in the past, but most of the sites I went to did not have descriptive enough information via RSS to select what to read. I had to go to their sites anyway. It became too much of a hassle, and I stopped. Hope it’s changed.

Well, I don’t exactly have a newsreader configured on this here machine, so I guess I’ll have to wait with the rest of the luddites to see what the fuss is about.

I would like to point out that we are already syndicating NCSE’s Feed. Just look for the RSS Feed box on the main index.

Sorry, but I don’t see anything but html code either. I copied the url into the explorer address slot and got the same garbage.

Maybe it is age.

To use RSS, you need a reader or “aggregator”. The following link lists a number of readers for various platforms.

http://blogspace.com/rss/readers

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