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Tips For The Technically Terrified
by Alan Connor

Take the pain out of subscribing to the Daily Politics live feeds

If you - like us - are excited about The Daily Politics' new broadband service, you might want to take this opportunity to tool yourself up with other new ways of keeping up to date with our content.

If you're struggling in a sea of data, news and entertainment, RSS might be the answer.

RSS - or Really Simple Syndication - is a way of reminding yourself whenever new Daily Politics clips, stories and features appear.

The beauty of the system is that you only subscribe once, and then every time we add a new show or story, your feed is automatically updated.

The best explanation of RSS is over at BBC News Online - a quick read of that, maybe a copy of the Firefox browser, and the links below are all you need.

Tips For The Technically Terrified

The Daily Politics website

To find RSS feeds on a website, look for the little orange lozenges. For The Daily Politics, it's in the left-hand column of all our pages - or you can click here.

The Daily Politics programme

And you can even use RSS to remind you when a new edition of the show goes online in high-resolution broadband. That little orange box is there in our video player, or you can just click here.

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