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Add our Syndicated Content to your Web Site! Tactical Graphic Design can now be syndicated quickly and easily using our new Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds. Based on the XML data format, RSS is the simplest way to add be able to display the latest Tactical Graphic Design news headlines and article descriptions on your own web pages ... all in real time. You may use our RSS feeds to your heart's content, provided you do not publish the full text of our articles. You must also properly reference Tactical Graphic Design as the source. Tactical Graphic Design reserves the right to revoke RSS syndication privileges at any time, for any reason. To get one of our feeds, click the orange XML link at the bottom of any page. This will display the RSS feed in your browser window. You'll then need to copy the URL from that page and paste it into your code. Add our RSS news feed to your web site or stay up to date on issues surrounding graphic design, public relations and even breaking news! RSS News Readers An RSS reader will allow you to display the RSS feed in a readable format. There are a number of readers available for download, and they all work a bit differently. Here is a list of some of the readers that are available: Bottom Feeder: http://www.cincomsmalltalk.com/BottomFeeder/ A freeware RSS reader developed for Windows, Mac, Linux and UNIX. NewsGator: http://www.newsgator.com/ NewsGator is a "news aggregator" that runs in Microsoft Outlook. It allows you to subscribe to various syndicated news feeds (such as weblogs, news sites, etc.) and have news from these sites be delivered right into your Outlook folders. WinRSS: http://www.brindys.com/winrss/iukmenu.html WinRSS can use "balloon tooltips" to display the news. WinRSS works differently to most RSS/XML readers, most of which display information in an e-mail reader style interface. Instead, WinRSS sits quietly in your system tray, periodically checking your favorite sites for updates. When a site is updated, WinRSS displays a summary as a Windows balloon tooltip, which you can click on to open the site. My Yahoo: http://my.yahoo.com/s/rss-faq.html If you have a My Yahoo! account, you can integrate any RSS feed into it. DMOZ: Offers a comprehensive list of newsreader applications. How to use RSS After obtaining your RSS reader, paste the URL from the feed into the reader. You'll need to follow the instructions for your particular reader for adding a new feed. Terms of use We permit and encourage you to use our news feeds, but please do not post the full text of the story and always include a link to http://www.tactical-graphic-design.com as the source of the content. We reserve the right to request that a site remove a feed at any time for any reason.
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