Forest@ RSS Feeds

What is RSS?

It’s a way to spread via web contents and news continuosly updated on selected web pages, e.g., news from newspapers sites. RSS (Really Simple Syndacation) is a XML-based standard format whose contents are organized in such a way they may be read, checked, downloaded, and organized by suitable software (often integrated into clients or intenet-mail browsers, or available free of charge on the web - see below). Using a suitable RSS reader software, you may check content updates of a selected list of web sites at the same time, receive as email messages new contents of a web sites, etc. For more details on RSS services, see Wikipedia.

Forest@ has implemented the RSS feed service making available its contents, like TOC (Table of Contents), in the above format. To subscribe to service, you need to use the RSS reader integrated in your Internet Explorer 7.0, Mozilla FireFox 1.5+, Mozilla Thunderbird and several other browsers, as well as you may download a suitable software free of charge from the web at one of the address reported below. Once the above RSS reader is available, you may specify one of the web addresses reported below as feed of your reader.

Forest@ RSS Feeds

Forest@ last papers issued - in English
Forest@ (last papers issued - in Italian)

Free RSS Readers

You may download the software needed from internet free of charge, at one of the sites below, or use a free on-line service like Inoreader ( or Feedly (




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