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Frequently Asked Questions
What is an RSS Feed?
Instead of having to go to a website to check to see if there's new content, RSS (Really Simple Syndication) collects the information for you and all you have to do is check your feed reeder. When there's new content on CI, it appears in your reader alongside any other site feeds you subscribe to. You'll never miss any new stories and you'll save time that you would normally spend checking all of the websites you love.
What is a feed reader?
A feed reader (aka an RSS reader or news reader) is your virtual doorstep where the content from your subscriptions is delivered. Checking this one spot will tell you which of your favorite web sites have new content. Some popular web-based RSS readers:
*Google has announced that it will be discontinuing Google Reader on July 1st, 2013.
How do I subscribe to CI's feeds?
You can subscribe to CI's RSS feeds by clicking one of the "Subscribe" buttons above. This will bring you to a page where you can choose the RSS reader you use. If you use a reader that is not listed on this page, you can subscribe through your software by copying the URL on the page and pasting it in the appropriate place. If you have difficulty with this, consult the "Help" information for your reader.