RSS is an easy way for you to keep updated automatically on Web sites you like. Instead of checking your favorite Web sites to see if they've written a new article or feature, you can use RSS (which stands for Really Simple Syndication) to get them to tell you every time they have something new.
www.tulsaworld.com now offers RSS feeds (or channels) for most of its sections.
All you have to do is choose which RSS feeds you want, for instance an RSS feed of all the latest local news from www.tulsaworld.com.
Different News Readers work on different operating systems, so you will need to take this into account when you make your choice.
You then need to follow the instructions for your particular News Reader in order to add this XML feed to your RSS list.
However, generally speaking, you copy or enter the URL(page address) of the RSS feed page into your news reader. For example, if you clicked on "Local News " it will open the XML feed in a new window.
Tyler Lewis, a sophomore at the University of Virginia, had 18 seconds to win $18,000 from State Farm at the end of Saturday's "College GameDay" visit to UVa.
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Republican Gov. Greg Abbott said Friday that "we must have civil discourse" after a freshman Texas lawmaker instructed her staff to ask Muslims who were visiting the state Capitol to declare their allegiance to America.
Sooners with a penchant for potassium-filled yellow foods may want to steer clear of the Jack White concert on Monday at OU.