RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a syndication format for distributing and gathering regularly changing content from sources across the web. The Library of Virginia offers several RSS documents, or feeds, you can read using software called an aggregator or RSS reader, which can be web-based, desktop-based, or mobile-device-based. The Library of Virginia offers several feeds in the RSS format. The feeds are available free of charge to use for individuals and non-profit organiziations for non-commercial use.
Want to know what's new? Then subscribe to our RSS feeds by using the buttons below. Simply look for the orange RSS graphic on this page. Click on it and then follow the directions to subscribe in your browser. If you use separate RSS reading software, move your mouse over the image, right-click, and copy the URL. In your news reader, select the option that adds a new feed or channel, then paste in the URL and click OK. Or, if you use Google Reader or wish to add a feed to your personalized iGoogle home page, look for the Add-to-Google button. Likewise, if you prefer My Yahoo! or Bloglines, you may those buttons.
ShareThis is a one-step sharing tool that saves you time and makes sharing online hassle free. You can share anything on Virginia Memory to your choice of social bookmarking options, post-to-profile and blog choics, e-mail, instant messaging, or even a text message to a mobile phone. You can find the ShareThis button on the top right of every page on Virginia Memory.
Furthermore, the Library of Virginia also has content available on several popular "social networking" and content sharing web sites. View selected photograph collections and videos, or keep up with the daily goings-on at the Library via Facebook.