RSS (Really Simple Syndication) and Atom are XML-based formats designed for syndicating Web content and making it available to aggregators that collect that syndicated content. You can receive the latest updates of our site (updated to the articles, blog, etc.) from the site's feeds. The content becomes available to you as soon as it is available on this site.

You can use feed readers, called aggregators, to read and display these feeds in your Web browser. You can set up an aggregator to collect news from this Web site and provide that news to you in a simple, easy-to-display format. If you are interested in receiving content from KeyContent.org's syndicated feeds, you may try one of the following shareware aggregators:

Or try one of the following Web-based aggregators:

Subscribing

Subscribe to the KeyContent.org syndicated feeds with any of the following links (URLs):
 Feed Title  Feed 
Newest Key Articles   RSS 2.0 Feed RSS 1.0 Feed Atom feed
The Editor's Blog    
(other blogs)
RSS 2.0 Feed RSS 1.0 Feed Atom feed
Key Resources RSS 2.0 Feed RSS 1.0 Feed Atom feed
Calendar of Events RSS 2.0 Feed RSS 1.0 Feed Atom feed



If you use a Web-based aggregator, these links automatically add the KeyContent.org feed to your reader:

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Syndicating the KeyContent.org Feed

Additionally, you might want to syndicate the KeyContent.org syndicated feed on your Web page. Rather than requiring XML, complex CGI scripting, or languages such as Python to create and aggregate a syndicated feed, you can add the KeyContent.org feed to your Web page with one line of HTML. Simply copy this code and paste into the <Body> of your HTML page:

&lt;a href="http://www.keycontent.org">
&lt;img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/
KeycontentorgRssFeedForTheKeyCollaborations.gif" />
&lt;/a>


This creates the following feed on your page:

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Contributors to this page: Rick Sapir , System Administrator , Chief Editor and KeyContent.org Webmaster .
Page last modified on Monday, December 19, 2011 10:49:26 am EST by Rick Sapir.

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