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Feb 11 2008, 23:59

What is RSS?

RSS is a format for syndicating news and the content from either one Web site to another or into one of the many desktop programs available.

How do I use it?

There are lots of news readers available, many for free. Most news readers are applications that you download and install. Some others are web-based service you sign-up for that work inside your browser.

A list of RSS readers.

After setting up your news reader, you will be ready to use M&C RSS. To add one of our feeds just right-click on one of the links and "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location," then follow the instructions with your news reader to add the feed.

For those looking to display one of our feeds on another site you can parse the RSS in a variety of ways, a search on Google will give lots of options.

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All the feeds on this page may be used on any web site and for personal use. For commercial use you do not require further permissions but we would appreciate if you let us know where you are using the feed.

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Russians have a knack at making more bizarre YouTube videos than the rest of us. It’s nothing to do with they way they film them. It’s just that what happens in Russia seems to be just that bit more bizarre. Take dashcam videos. Russian ones always win hands down, we all know that. So this poor cat was pretty much destined for trouble when some Russians tried to rescue him and someone switched on a camera. You have got to be kidding me. Share this with your friends. It’ll make their day Via cadko2000 H/T: fledermausman

There Is a Smartphone App That Can Solve Algebra Instantly Just By Taking A Picture Of It. Seriously.

The days of students having to solve complex algebra in their heads are officially over. A new app called PhotoMath can solve mathematical equations in a split second just by taking a picture of them using a smartphone camera. Cue every single student who hates maths going out and buying this app right this second. RIP maths homework. PhotoMath from MicroBLINK on Vimeo. That is pretty remarkable. Share this story with any friends of yours who struggle with maths. They’ll thank you for it. Via PhotoMath. H/T: mveinot

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Artist Johnson Tsang creates some of the most beautiful and amazing pottery you will ever see. This simple clay pot doesn’t look like anything special to start with, but what he does with it will blow you away. It just looks like any other clay pot. But soon it will be anything but. By using his hands and a few makeshift tools he starts to mold it into something much more incredible. He soon starts to add some detail He then adds a second piece of clay Then he adds some shape to the top layer. And some more detail, as the piece starts to take shape as a whole. […]

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