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"I'm ironically subscribing to all of Outside's RSS feeds."

“What the heck is RSS?” Don't be put off by the acronym. It's short for Really Simple Syndication, and it's a really fast, efficient feature that lets you collect your favorite Web content in one place. Instead of wading through Google results to get the outdoor-adventure stories you want, you'll have regularly updated info right at your fingertips. 

First, you'll need an RSS reader. We recommend Feedly, which can be installed on your desktop or on your mobile device. And best of all, RSS feeds are free! You can sign up for and download most readers without any charge.

    We have a bunch of feeds available. Sign up for the "Main RSS Feed" if you'd like to get everything, or sign up for any other feeds, based on your interest.

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