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PLI2005

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RSS: Examples, Case Studies, and Fun!

 

...And Blogs Too


 

Steven M. Cohen

PubSub Concepts, Inc

631-645-4516

stevenmcohen@gmail.com

AOL IM - NYlibrarian

Skype - stevenmcohen

 

http://stevenmcohen.pbwiki.com/PLI2005

 


 

Blog Intro

 

  • Do I need to do this?
  • Yes? No?
  • OK

 

 

Blogs are good for libraries...but RSS is better

 

  • Marketing the librarian
  • Updates to new databases/changes in databases
  • New books
  • Internal communication for reference desk.
  • Yes, this can be internal - In most cases, they are.
  • All blogs come with an RSS Feed

 

Someone ask me this question:

 

  • Why is this better than an e-mail newsletter?

 

Legal Considerations

 

 

RSS 101 - Let's Talk

 

 

Library-Related RSS Feeds

 

 

Legal Feeds

 

 

Government

 

 

Can't get everything via RSS

 

 

Customize Customize Customize.

 


 

Libraries are getting hip to RSS Technology

 

 


 

Social Software


 

PubSub Stuff

 

  • Weblogs & Syndicated Web Feeds
  • SEC Filings
  • Press Releases
  • Newsgroups
  • Community Lists

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