What is RSS?

The use of RSS (Really Simple Syndication) enables users to keep up with updates of information uploaded on the website by ensuring retrieval of content from various websites without visiting each site individually.

How to use RSS?

An RSS Feed Reader is needed in order to use RSS. It collects and stores the most recent content from Internet sources and portals. RSS now provides the most recent information from the feeds on the Saeima website:

Consideration of draft laws (test mode)

http://titania.saeima.lv/LIVS11/saeimalivs11.nsf/webRssSelect?Readform (in Latvian)

Latest news

http://www.saeima.lv/en.rss

News in Twitter

http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/71536393.rss

Pictures on Flickr


http://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?id=42130586@N02&lang=en-us&format=rss_200

Videos on YouTube

http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/videos?author=SaeimaSAB

Daily chedule of committee and subcommittee meetings

http://titania.saeima.lv/livs/saeimasnotikumi.nsf/calendar.rss (in Latvian)

 

RSS readers can be downloaded from the websites of their developers, such as, NewzCrawler, Pluck. No special RSS reader is needed if an Internet browser (e.g., Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari), e-mail software or internet resource is used which already contains an RSS reader (e.g., Google Reader, Bloglines, My Yahoo).

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