What is RSS
RSS is an easy way to check your favourite websites for updates without having to visit them all. Lots of personal portal websites such as My Yahoo!, My MSN and My AOL allow you to add the 'news headlines' or ‘latest updates’ from your favourite sites using their RSS feeds. You can also use online feed readers such as GoogleReader or Bloglines, or you can view RSS feeds through some web browsers.
GOI Directory RSS feeds
How to Subscribe to RSS feeds
The GOI Directory RSS feeds can also be added to websites and blogs,
to display latest updates on your web pages as a value-added service to your visitors.
We encourage the use of GOI Directory feeds as part of your website or blog, provided that:
- you display the supplied URL (provided in the <source> element of the feed) for each item as a working (clickable!) hyperlink,
- you properly credit us as the source - either with the logo image we've included in the RSS code, or in text
- you don't poll any single RSS feed more often than once every 60 minutes - we only update our feeds once every 24 hours, so you don't need to check them more frequently than that.
Failure to comply with these three reasonable rules may result in your IP address being blocked from accessing our web-servers.
We reserve the right to revoke RSS syndication privileges at any time, for any reason.