Using feeds (RSS)

This information applies to Windows Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Internet Explorer 8.

Here are answers to some common questions about feeds (RSS).

What is a feed?
Feeds, also known as RSS feeds, XML feeds, syndicated content, or web feeds, contain frequently updated content published by a website. They are usually used for news and blog websites

What does RSS mean?
The acronym RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and is used to describe the technology used in creating feeds.

How do I subscribe to a feed?
Click to open Internet Explorer.
Go to the website that has the feed you want to subscribe to.
Click the Feeds button to discover feeds on the webpage.
Click a feed (if more than one is available). If only one feed is available, you will go directly to that page.
Click Subscribe to this Feed.
Type a name for the feed and select the folder to create the feed in.
Click Subscribe.

Does a feed subscription cost money?
No, it's usually free to subscribe to a feed.

How can I view my subscribed feeds?
You view feeds on the Feeds tab in the Favorites Center. To view your feeds in Internet Explorer 8, click the Favorites button, and then click Feeds. In Internet Explorer 7, click the Favorites Center button, and then click Feeds.

FREE Kindle Books 9/26 to 9/29
Beginning on Wednesday, September 26th and ending on Saturday, September 29th, four books related to the Harry Potter series will be available for FREE on Kindle to celebrate the release of J.K. Rowling's The Casual Vacancy.

These Harry Potter related books dive deeper into various themes associated with the literature from Rowling and the various forms of the fandom in general. You can further your understanding of the Harry Potter series through the humor, foreshadowing, literary allusions and many other aspects of the series or look into the amazing philanthropic triumphs of the Harry Potter Alliance, various camps and classroom study in higher education Universities and Colleges. Each of these books offer an interesting insight into the magical world of Harry Potter.

The four ebooks are:

Harry Potter Still Recruiting by Valerie Estelle Frankel

The Order of Harry Potter by Colin Manlove

Repotting Harry Potter by James W. Thomas, PhD

Rowling Revisited by James W. Thomas, PhD

William O' Flaherty interviews WLP authors
William O' Flaherty is the host of several C.S. Lewis websites that offer information and interviews with C.S. Lewis scholars. Recent interviews include WLP authors David G. Clark (author of C.S. LEWIS GOES TO HEAVEN: A READER'S GUIDE TO THE GREAT DIVORCE) and Will Vaus (author of SPEAKING OF JACK - and other books). The interviews and Podcasts are available to listen to on your computer or download on your ipod. Check the links on the contact page of the WLP website.

New book by Will Vaus
Barnabas Books, an imprint of Winged Lion Press, has published Will Vaus' latest book KEYS TO GROWTH: MEDITATIONS ON THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES. The book includes 41 chapters that will inspire and challenge Christian readers.

Taylor University Hosts Colloquium

On May 31 - June 3, 2012, Taylor University. Speakers will include Alan Jacobs, David Downing, and Ron Reed. The event will also feature a talk by Charlie W. Starr, whose book LIGHT: C.S. LEWIS'S FIRST AND FINAL SHORT STORY, is premiering at the event. The manuscript of Lewis's short story LIGHT is owned by Taylor University and is printed in Starr's book for the first time.

Other Winged Lion Press authors speaking at the Taylor colloquium include: John Stanifer (author of VIRTUOUS WORLDS) and Will Vaus (author of THE HIDDEN STORY OF NARNIA and SPEAKING OF JACK).