Owner's Design Guidelines
RSS Feeds For Owner's Design Guideline Updates
What is an RSS feed?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a format for sharing and distributing web content for websites and blogs that have frequently updated information. The following MD Anderson feeds include the latest information about the Owner's Design Guidelines used for all MD Anderson Cancer Center design and construction projects. RSS feeds are free and are a great way to get update notifications delivered directly to your desktop.
How do I access RSS feeds?
Most web browsers have built-in RSS reading capability. If your browser does not have RSS reading capability, you will need an RSS reader to access RSS feeds. Readers are software that will gather and display RSS feeds for you. There are a number of free and commercial RSS readers available for download. Some sites, such as Yahoo! and Google offer RSS feed reading features.
To view one of our feeds in your Browser:
1. Click the URL/Web Address that corresponds to the topic that interests you.
2. Your Browser will provide an option to subscribe to the feed if you wish.
To view one of our feeds in your RSS reader:
1. Copy the URL/Web Address that corresponds to the topic that interests you.
2. Paste the URL into your reader.
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UTMDACC’s Copyright Agent, Steve Haydon, can be contacted at:
Steven R. Haydon
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P.O. Box 301439
Houston, Texas, USA 77230-1439
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