In an effort to keep everyone up to date with additions to  the website, we have added RSS capability.  Below is an explanation of this technology.  Our icon is located at the bottom of each page and you must click the icon on the page that you are interested in.  I would recommend that you click on the one at the bottom of the News page and one for each Forum.  Please feel free to post questions in the comments section and we'll be sure to try and help you out.


So what the heck is RSS?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or “news feed.” RSS is the
format that passes content from blogs, news headlines, and podcasts into a subscription. Then a feed reader will read the subscription and
show you the content of the website’s articles.

Back in the day, you would have to Bookmark a page in your web
browser and then manually click on each individual site. Now with a
feed reader you can view all your favorite websites in one window.
Saving you time and making it easier for you to keep up with your
favorite websites!

I personally use the reader in Google desktop because it's always, well... on your desktop.  And Google desktop is a very efficient way to search for files on your computer.

How Do I Use RSS?

Step 1. Get a feed reader. There are many feed
reader options. If you already have a Gmail account, you can easily use
GoogleReader. Other popular feed readers are Bloglines, Rojo, and Newsgator.
You can also add RSS to your MyYahoo! Page, but it only gives you the
titles of the blog posts. The titles of the blog posts then link you to
the actual site.

Step 2. Go to each webpage or forum you want to subscribe to and click on the orange RSS icon at the bottom of the page.

Step 3. A window will open and ask you which feed reader you are using. Choose the feed reader that you have an account with.

Step 4. Enjoy viewing the content of multiple webpages and websites all at once!

Is RSS really that great?
A feed reader is great for websites that don’t update very often. Instead of
going to a website multiple times only to be disappointed that they haven’t updated in a long time, you RSS reader will check for you. You can subscribe to our RSS feed and be
pleasantly surprised when our posts pop up in your list.

Hope this helps.


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