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Rich Site Summary, also known as Really Simple Syndication, is an open-source XML-based file format that allows syndication and distribution of content. Through RSS, links to our articles can be delivered to a desktop or used in a blog or on a Web site. The PolyFamilies.com feeds offer headlines that are linked to our site for the full article or comic.

Presently, we offer two feeds:

  • Spice! -- A weekly polyfamily webcomic by Julie Jacob Add to My Yahoo!
  • The Polyamorous Misanthrope -- A bi-weekly column by Noël Lynne Figart Add to My Yahoo!

If you use My Yahoo, you can click on the Add to My Yahoo! button and add the content to your Yahoo! gateway page.

If you want to use a newsreader, you can find examples of news readers are those provided by Radio Userland and Amphetadesk

To subscribe to the PolyFamilies news feeds, get the XML files from the list above. The orange buttons are linked to their corresponding feeds. Copy the URL of the desired feed, and paste it into the news reader you're using under the option that adds a new feed or channel.

If you are a LiveJournal user, you can click on Polyamorous Misanthrope or Spice! to add these feeds to your LJ.

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