What is RSS?
RSS (an acronym for "Rich Site Summary" and later coined "Really Simple Syndication") is an easy way to receive automatic notification about new information just posted to your favorite Web sites. RSS is an emerging technology that enables Web sites to deliver updated information directly to your computer by syndicating content including event listings, news stories and headlines.
To start using the RSS Feeds from The Florida Bar site, you need a special news reader or aggregator that displays RSS content feeds. To download a free reader you can perform a google search for a News Readers. Some specific examples of free readers are www.rssreader.com and www.bloglines.com.
You will know if a site you are interested in has RSS capability if you see one of these icons or .
Here are some legal feeds to get you started. Follow the instructions for adding feeds provided by the reader you select .
- The Florida Bar News — www.flabar.org/DIVCOM/JN/JNNews01.nsf/TFBFeed.xml
- The Florida Bar Announcements — www.flabar.org/DIVCOM/PI/TFBAnnounce.nsf/TFBFeed.xml
- The Florida Bar Daily News Summary — http://www.floridabar.org/DIVCOM/PI/PINEwssummary.nsf/TFBFeed.xml
- ABA Law Practice Technology Today Headlines Feed — http://feeds.feedburner.com/LawPracticeToday