Speaking Notes from a Tech Talks Presentation by Mark Phillips, June 16, 2005
- What is RSS?
- What does RSS look like?
- How do I know that a site has RSS feeds?
- What kind of content is available through an RSS feed?
- RSS at UNT Libraries
- Interesting things you can do with RSS
- RDF Site Summary
- Rich Site Summary
- Real Simple Syndication
- RSS (Wikipedia entry)
- news articles (Washington Post, Dallas Morning News, Denton Record Chronicle, E! Online, Yahoo! News, etc.)
- jobs (Chronicle of Higher Education, Lisjobs.com)
- sports news & scores (ESPN, FoxSports)
- blog postings (Catalogblog, Tame the Web, lisnews)
- search results (from catalog, electronic resources, amazon, Craigs List Searches, photodatabase results, etc.)
- RSS from Digital Projects Development
- RSS from Web calendar
- RSS from Wiki
About the Author: Librarian Mark Phillips is head of the UNT Libraries' Digital Projects Unit.
Thursday, June 16, 2005 - 12:00pm