Really Simple Syndication. That is the
web’s way of staying up to date with any site, including Learning Disabilities
Reading Tutor, without having to check for updates every week.
After you have downloaded a RSS reader or use the RSS reader your browser offers, use the orange RSS/XML buttons to get updated web pages from Learning Disabilities Reading Tutor as well as the latest news, information about the newest movies and much more from your favorite sites.
You won’t have to search for hours trying to find that learning disabilities web site that you like so much (mine)! The web (and this site) come directly to you when updates are made and you have subscribed to the RSS feed. You won’t even have to bookmark this site.
Whenever I put up a new page or update an old one, I release it through RSS. I also make other special posts and re-release favorite “oldies” from time to time. You will be informed of any special event taking place or special offers.
There is NO SPAM with RSS. It’s easy to subscribe and unsubscribe. You don’t even have to give me your e-mail address. If you decide you don’t want to receive notices of updates from me (or any other site which you have subscribed to), you just delete us.
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Download the free RSS Reader first (skip to the bottom to see another method if you do not want to download software). This is special software that reads ALL the “RSS feeds” from the largest web site to the smaller ones like learning-disabilities-reading-tutor.com.
For Mac – NetNewsWire
Once you have downloaded the RSS software, here’s what you do:
Your browser also offers RSS feeds. Yahoo and other browsers have simple one-step solutions. Google no longer offers RSS. For Yahoo click here.
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