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For a better browsing experience, we recommend "Mozilla Firefox". This browser allows users to quickly change the screen font by pressing "Ctrl +" or "Ctrl -" simultaneously.
Our top horizontal menu offers a RSS feed, "Rich Site Summary", and Firefox has a convenient "live bookmarks" feature. This allows all site news (e.g. announcements and new pages) to be presented live within the "Bookmarks" menu. Firefox also features a RSS icon that can be found in the lower right corner of the browser. Newer versions of Mozilla Firefox (after 1.5) show this icon in the right corner of the address field.
* "Live Bookmarks" documentation
* Summary information about RSS feeds
Many web services allow the inclusion of RSS feeds, for example My Yahoo!, Bloglines and Newsgator. All have detailed instructions on how to add pages and modules of news and information.
Among specialized software that presents RSS news aggregates we recommend ActiveRefresh, FeedReader (for Windows) and Blogbridge (a Java program, for any operating system). General information on RSS feeds and their functionality, as well as specific instructions can be found in the documentation that comes with these programs. Click any of the above links to find out more or download any of them at no cost.