What is RSS?
If you are new to RSS, we recommend you read this overview.
How do I subscribe to RSS?
Listed above are the different feeds we offer. You can subscribe to a feed by clicking on the orange button to the right of the feed name. This will launch FeedBurner to enable your subscription.
The feeds are provided free of charge. We ask that you provide attribution to qe.com.qa in connection with your use of the feeds. You can display the latest 5 headlines from each RSS feed at any time on your site, however these articles cannot be archived, so no more than the last 5 articles can be used on your site at any time.
If you provide this attribution in text, please use: "qe.com.qa" as a hyperlink back to our site. If you provide this attribution with a graphic, please use our logo that is included in the feed itself.
We reserve all rights in and to the logo, and your right to use the logo is limited to providing attribution in connection with these RSS feeds.
We reserve the right to prevent the distribution as well as the right to require you to cease distributing these feeds at any time for any reason. We do not accept any liability for its RSS feeds and reserve all rights to serve advertising within the feeds.
How can I use RSS?
Typical applications for consuming or using RSS feeds include:
Using a program known as a News Aggregator to collect, update and display RSS feeds Incorporating RSS feeds into weblogs
News Aggregators (also called news readers) will download and display RSS feeds for you. A number of free and commercial News Aggregators are available for download. Popular news readers include AmphetaDesk, NetNewsWire, and Radio Userland.
Another way many people use RSS feeds is by incorporating content into weblogs, or "blogs". Blogs are web pages comprised of usually short, frequently updated items and web links. Blogging as a publishing tool is used for many purposes: traditional journalism, personal journals, group discussions around a topic, and many combinations in-between.
How do I get a News Reader?
There is a range of different news readers available and new versions are appearing all the time.
Different news readers work on different operating systems, so you will need to take this into account when you make your choice.