To subscribe to a feed in one of the readers shown below, select the button for your reader. If you use a different reader, select the XML button below and then copy or drag the URL from your browser's address bar to your news reader.
RSS and How to Use It
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication.
What is an RSS feed?
An RSS feed is a subscription to updates from a web site or page. Technically, a feed is an XML file on a web site that lists the latest headlines in a specially coded format for use by RSS readers.
How do I read an RSS feed?
You need software on your computer (an RSS reader) or access to a web site that offers reader functionality. You will need to "subscribe" to an RSS feed in order to read it.
How do I subscribe to an RSS feed?
- choose an RSS feed link
- right-click option Copy Shortcut (Internet Explorer) or Copy Link Location (Firefox)
- paste URL into your RSS reader
- for users of web-based services like My Yahoo, Google, and Bloglines, click the appropriate button (if provided) to add the feed to your account
How do I know if an RSS feed is available on sgi.com?
SGI displays the RSS feed image in numerous places throughout the web site. The text link next to the image will take you to the SGI RSS Feeds page where you can subscribe to any feeds available.
SGI provides RSS feeds as a free service for any individual for information purposes only. Use is restricted to non-commercial purposes only. SGI does not endorse any specific RSS reader or other third party application. SGI reserves the right to discontinue this service at any time and further reserves the right to request the immediate cessation of any specific use of its RSS service. By accessing SGI's RSS feeds, you are indicating your understanding and agreement with the terms and conditions in this paragraph.