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Library of Congress does RSS

The venerable Library of Congress has plunged into the world of Web 2.0 with a launch of a set of Web news feeds. Feeds, in the Really Simple Syndication format, are available to alert the public on new additions to the library's digital collections, as well as to convey news of the institution and upcoming events of interest. The Library joins an increasing number of agencies that use the RSS format to get the word out on pertinent issues.

Posted by Joab Jackson on Dec 19, 2006 at 9:39 AM


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Thu, Jan 4, 2007 Karl Smith WA

Well, I like RSS fields and prefer using Google Personalized menu to read blogs just by submitting their RSS fields.So I think it is a good move, every site specially content sites will get more traffic when they use rss fields. Blogs mainly.Karlhttp://www.deletespyware-adware.com

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