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What are RSS feeds for?
The main use of RSS feeds is to be notified when a Web site has been modified, without your actually having to visit the site. There's no need to open the page and browse around to get the latest info. With an RSS feed, you get all the latest updates as soon as they're published.
What does RSS mean?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and is a variant of the XML language originally created for Web content sharing.
How does one use an RSS feed?
The first thing you'll need is an RSS newsreader, or aggregator, which is the only tool that interprets RSS information. The popular Firefox (for Windows or Mac) and Safari (Mac OS X) browsers have built-in RSS readers. If you use a different browser, you can find an RSS reader by typing "RSS reader" or "RSS aggregator" in your favourite search engine.
Then, just click the XML button you're interested in and cut and paste its URL into the appropriate field of your RSS reader or browser.
Conditions of use
We support and encourage you to use Loto-Québec's RSS feeds for your Web sites, news readers or blogs. For blogs or Web sites, you must mention the source, and Loto-Québec reserves the right to demand that you cease publicizing content from our RSS feeds.