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‘ShareThis’ on FIRE’s Website

Last week, we unveiled our new and improved RSS feeds. Today, we have added even more features to our website that allow readers to stay connected and share FIRE news throughout the Internet. At the bottom of each page, you will find a ‘ShareThis' icon, a link that connects our website to digg, del.icio.us, Stumbleupon, reddit and other "social bookmarking" websites. These community-based websites gather user-generated content—articles and web pages of interest—that people can bookmark, rank by popularity, and share online. Once you add a bookmark to a site, it becomes part of an RSS feed that alerts you to the new content. It's an easy way to stay on top of the latest news and promote topics that interest you.

You can also email pages of our website directly to others using the ShareThis built-in form. If you're familiar with these sites, be sure to show your support for FIRE by submitting our articles and spreading the word.

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