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Star-Advertiser RSS Feeds

What is RSS? How do I use Feeds?

Really Simple Syndication, abbreviated RSS, is a convenient way to quickly view the most frequently updated content on StarAdvertiser.com — and many other websites.

Using an RSS "feed" (a document written in XML language) with a news feed reader–aggregator app, like Google Reader, My Yahoo, FeedDemon Shrook, Reeder, Pulp and NetNewsWire —to name a few! —allows you to quickly peruse the latest changes on favored websites in a list-style order, without having to visit each website individually.

Terms of Use

By using RSS Feeds provided by StarAdvertiser.com and/or its affiliates, you agree that you will only do so for personal use or in conjuction with a non-commercial website: a website that generates no revenue.

For personal/non-commercial use
Prominent attribution to StarAdvertiser.com is required. No additional content may be taken from any StarAdvertiser.com website without permission.

For commercial use
Contact webmasters@staradvertiser.com.

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