What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) pulls in information from across the Internet to provide daily updates, often used for News Headlines. By using an RSS reader, you can view data feeds from various sources that may include headlines, summaries and links to documents. RSS allows you to stay informed of web updates by being notified immediately when new content is posted to a site.
How do I access RSS?
RSS Readers or Feed Readers (News Aggregators) can be downloaded from the web, and are often free. Some Email Applications, such as Gmail, Google and myAOL have RSS Readers built-in and you can add your favorite RSS Links. Windows Internet Explorer 7.0 and 8.0 also have an RSS Reader built-in. These tools allow you to sign up for various feeds from news sources, blogs and websites. They collect all the headlines and summaries in one place so you don't have to search around to see what's new.
How can I view the Public Service Commission RSS Feeds?
Copy the URL/shortcut that you are interested in, then Paste the URL into your RSS Reader.
PSC RSS Feeds
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