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If you use one of the following web-based Readers, click on the appropriate button to subscribe to the QS&S RSS feed.

Add to Google Add My Yahoo Microsoft Live bloglines newsgator feedzilla

Alternatively, to add this feed to other RSS readers:

1. Right click the 'XML' button and select 'Copy Shortcut'.

2. Open your reader and paste the URL in the 'Add new channel' or 'Add new feeds' section section to add the new subscription.

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What is an RSS?

QSandS.com enables you to subscribe to our web feeds to spare yourself the trouble of having to visit our site. Using a web feed allows you to see when QSandS.com has added new content. You can get the latest white papers, features and opinions, press releases, updates, and blog posts without having to visit the site every day.

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a technology for sharing and distributing the latest web content such as updates, news, and offers. It's an easy way to receive up-to-date information without having to search the Internet. RSS web feed is a data format used to serve frequently updated content to users. RSS is a standard web feed format.

How can I read web feeds from QSandS.com?

To read feeds from QSandS.com, you need a feed reader. A feed reader is a tool that provides a new update every time one of your subscribed QSandS.com feeds updates its content. There are many online feed readers - examples: Feedburner, Bloglines, Google Reader, etc. You can also download some feed readers to your desktop.

Instructions for adding RSS feeds may vary depending upon your RSS Reader. Please refer to your reader's instructions.

How can I add feeds to my feed reader?

You can either click the relevant links (e.g. the "add to my Yahoo!" button, if you're using My Yahoo!) or copy-paste the link into your feed reader. Sometimes, you will be able to click a button for your particular feed reader on the QSandS.com web page, which will take you to the appropriate subscription page. Feed aggregators like Feedburner are designed to help you easily add new feeds (in a variety of formats) to your preferred feed reader.