Add these feeds
to your RSS reader
Use my RSS feed to get headlines of scholarships,
grants, projects and research & development activities sent to
your news reader program — or put them on your site.
As Web content proliferates, there are more and more sites out there to check.
One solution is to gather all your headlines into one place, so that you can
quickly check stories from all your favorite sites without going to dozens of
Websites every day. Enter RSS.
RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is a format that allows
sites to easily send headlines all over the Internet. You can use one of the
many News Reader programs to let you view headlines from multiple sources in one
application. You can find some popular ones
here. I suggest you use the free browser
where you can compile all
your headlines and bookmarks in just one tool.
Once you've chosen your program, follow its instructions for adding my
headlines. You can also subscribe to my RSS feed through personalized news
sites. If you have a personal Website, you can also use these feeds to add my
headlines to your pages.
< informações sobre RSS em português >