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Keeping up with new things on the web can be a full-time occupation. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a system that allows you to get the latest content on Collective, and many other sites, delivered straight to you.
In order to view RSS feeds you will need to use a feed reader (or news reader). For more information on how to get a feed reader and what other feeds the BBC has to offer, head to bbc.co.uk/feedfactory.
These RSS feeds are currently available from collective:
The latest posts to the most active conversations.
All new articles, including member reviews and editorial.
Feeds are also available for the following (just look out for the RSS icon and click to subscribe):
- comments on a certain page. This allows you to track comments on a review you have written or one that you’re particularly interested in.
- your collective conversations and weblogs.
Collective feeds are in constant development so if you have any suggestions for their improvement please leave your comments below.
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The best of cinema in the UK from 2002 to 2008.