RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an easy way to receive the latest headlines from Mathetude.
Click on the XML icons for the feeds you want to subscribe to, and add that link to your favorite news reader. If you already subscribe to feeds via My Yahoo!, Google or My AOL, click on the appropriate icon to add a feed directly to your personal page.
Need more information, or unsure what an RSS feed is? Read our FAQs.
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based news feed that you can subscribe to in order to receive the latest content from your favorite websites.
How do I access RSS feeds?
To view RSS feeds, you need to have an RSS news reader. You can either download a dedicated program (check Download.com for some examples), or sign up with a web-based reader such as Netvibes, My Yahoo!, NewsGator, My AOL or Bloglines. Most programs and services are free.
What does Mathetude include in its feeds?
Each feed showcases our newest content, and includes stories headlines, descriptions and links back to Mathetude.
How often will Mathetude update its feeds?
Our "Latest on Mathetude" feed and our Blog feed will be updated most business days. The topical feeds will be updated whenever new content becomes available.
May I include an Mathetude feed on my website?
Mathetude feeds are offered free of charge for personal, non-commercial use. We require you to attribute the feeds to Mathetude when you use the feeds on your website. If you choose to attribute the feeds using a graphic, you must use the Mathetude logo provided in the feed. You must also leave all Mathetude links intact as provided in the feed. You may not insert any intermediate page, splash page or other content between the RSS link and the applicable Mathetude web page.