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What is RSS?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" or "Rich Site Summary".  It is a XML-based system that allows users to subscribe to frequently updated data feeds. Most people use a news reader, also called Aggregators, to follow RSS feeds. Some browsers have a reader built into them. There are also websites that you can join that act as a reader.

News Readers

NetNewsWire (Mac)
SharpReader (Win)
AmphetaDesk (Mac/Win/Linux)
FeedDemon (Win)
NewsGator (Win)
Radio UserLand (Mac/Win)

Sites that provide Reader Service

Bloglines
Google
Yahoo
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How do I subscribe to RSS feeds?
1.    Copy the URL you are interested in from the feeds below.
2.    Paste the URL into your reader's "subscribe" dialogue.

 

Book List Feeds:

Hot Titles
These are the titles currently most in demand at the library.

New Titles
See what new titles the Library has received in your favorite genre or format. Unlike the book lists at LAPL Reads, these are not selected by librarians, but instead are automatically generated to show the newest titles in each category.

Genres

Formats

Other RSS Feeds Available:

Events (the next 50 upcomming)

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