What Is RSS?
RSS, which stands for "Really Simple Syndication" or "Rich Site Summary," is a way of distributing information on the Web. Clicking the RSS button in your Web browser typically takes you to a page of cryptic code, known as XML. This code contains Web information and instructions known as a "feed." Our feeds contain brief summaries and links to content on our Website, such as What's New, Press Releases, current Exhibitions etc. RSS is similar to a newswire service. Because it is syndicated, when we publish information on our website as RSS it can be displayed by web users, websites, and other organizations.
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