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Blog Feeds

Want to subscribe to a RSS feed for blogs on this system? You've got a couple options. If you want to see when new blogs are created,use the Recent Blogs RSS Feed. You can use the Recent Posts RSS Feed to subscribe to a list of all the blog posts this system and the Recent Comments RSS feed to see all the comments for every blog. Use the User RSS Feed if you'd like to follow posts by a specific user across multiple blogs. Finally,if you're interested in a specific subject,use the Tag RSS Feed,which you can customize by adding a tag (or tags separated by a plus sign) to the end of the RSS feed URL.

Recent Blogs RSS Feed:
Recent Posts RSS Feed:
Recent Comments RSS Feed:
Recent Trackbacks RSS Feed:
User RSS Feed:
Tag RSS Feed

NOTE: A list of feeds for a particular blog is also available by visiting the feeds page on a blog. So if you want to see a list of all the feeds available on Pete's blog,you'd visit:

About RSS Feeds

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way for you to keep track of changes or additions to content you care about. By subscribing to the RSS feed for content, you're asking to have easy access to information about content changes or additions.

To view RSS feeds you use an RSS reader (also known as an "aggregator"). This could be your web browser (recent versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari support this). There are also reader applications that are specifically designed to collect and aggregate RSS feeds.

To subscribe to the RSS feed you want, click its link.