What Is RSS?
Use the orange RSS/XML buttons to get the latest Web pages from Your Cancer Prevention Guide, as well as the latest news, the latest movies, blog posts, and so much more!
It's like having your favorite parts of the Web come to you. No need to go out and check for updates all the time. No need for bookmarks!
"RSS" means "Really Simple Syndication." But that is just a special way of saying that there is an easier and much quicker way of keeping up with all the updates to Your Cancer Prevention Guide. No need to check the site every week to see "what's new." Whenever I put up a new page or update an old one, I release it through RSS. And...
I also include other special posts from time to time. It's kind of a small journal about cancer and ways to beat it...
which I can share with you from time to time through RSS. This provides you my most informative posts without you having to spend hours on the site.
I have just started using RSS myself and I'm amazed by what it can do. No e-mail. No spam. It's so easy to subscribe and unsubscribe. You can even just delete the feed if you don't like the experience, which I think won't happen. : )
Once you start, you'll soon be tracking all your other favorite interests and news in the world.
How do you get started?
Download free RSS Reader first (skip to bottom if you do not want to download software). This is special software that reads the "RSS feeds" from the largest news organizations right down to me...
Windows -- RssReader
Mac -- NetNewsWire
Once you're set up, here's all you have to do...
Right-click (control-click for Mac users) on any page of this site). Then...
Select Copy Shortcut ("Copy Link to Clipboard" for Mac), and paste that URL into your RSS Reader.
And that's it! You're subscribed.
Don't want to download new software? Yahoo! and MSN and Google have simple one-step solutions. Just click on one of the following buttons that you'll also see on every page on your-cancer-prevention-guide.com.
Follow the instructions after that. Have fun!
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