The National Cristina Foundation provides XML feeds for inclusion in your RSS/ATOM client of choice! Feel free to make use of these feeds. They are free for non-commercial use and we encourage re-broadcasting of our feeds as long as they are not modified.
Your Feed URL's:
(to copy, right-click and select Copy Shortcut)
An XML feed is a frequently updated list of articles appearing on a website. Subscribing to the feed allows you to see a summary of new content on a given website in near-realtime from whatever feed reader you use.
What do I need to see the feeds?
Mozilla Firefox 2 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 are common choices, though there are many others that can be found on Google. (including Google's own Google Reader.)
What is the difference between RSS and ATOM?
RSS and ATOM are just competing XML formats. Neither has yet emerged a clear winner, so for the time being, we provide both.