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Joint Commission FAQ Page

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FAQs about RSS

What is RSS?

What is a news reader?

What is a podcatcher?

Where do I get a news reader or podcatcher?

How do I get The Joint Commission RSS feeds into my reader?


FAQs about RSS

Q: What is RSS?
A:

RSS, Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication, is a method of distributing news headlines and other content on the Web.

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Q: What is a news reader?
A:

A news reader combines content from many Web sources and for display.

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Q: What is a podcatcher?
A:

A podcatcher is an application you can use to subscribe to podcasts; the podcatcher automatically downloads podcasts as they are posted to a site. Podcatchers can also transfer downloaded podcast files to a portable media player.

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Q: Where do I get a news reader or podcatcher?
A:

There are many free readers and podcatchers that display RSS available on the internet.

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Q: How do I get The Joint Commission RSS feeds into my reader?
A:

Simply  paste the RSS link into a news reader or podcatcher.

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