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Should I be changing the guid, even though it's really the same items? While you're at it, you might want to use it as an opportunity to add a direct link or details about the update.
Of course, if you're writing both the producer and consumer of the RSS, and your goal is that the feed always contains the full set of assigned tasks, just updating the The solution is to also change the GUID which means including the updated time in it.
See also the RSS Creator presentation given as part of the Breaking Out of the Box session at this conference — RSS Creator makes a feed from a database search of new additions to a subscription database. There is a don’t-recheck-until header that our RSS feed can send out, but not all the major aggregators respect that.
Vendors should include doing the work of RSS Creator so we don’t have to — provide a feed that works with our Open URL link resolver. IE 7 has a built-in RSS reader, so odds are, this time next year we will have a lot more users of RSS since they’ll no longer have to install a separate aggregator. How about adding a link to our RSS feed of new articles from a specific journal into our catalog record for that article?
To view RSS feeds, you need: Most modern browsers allow you view and subscribe to RSS feeds straight from the browser.
They also allow you to add RSS feeds as a browser favourite, automatically updating them with the latest content.
She joined with John Law of Pro Quest to give this talk.
In Q&A after the session, though, I The first ones are examples of feeds you might provide; the last are examples of ways you and your patrons can incorporate feeds from other sources into your web pages. As Anne Lipow said, "It is not the users who are ‘remote’." What about the server load on our website when Bloglines picks up an update and now thousands of people hit our site? RSS feeds allow you to see when websites have added new content.You can get the latest updates in one place, as soon as they are published, without having to visit the websites you have taken the feed from.RSS is such a powerful media that it's essential that the market leader, Google, be kept on their toes.Some folks might have noticed that specific feeds were not updating recently on Bloglines, and we wanted to update you and fill you in on what's been going on. Over the weekend, a fix was released on Bloglines to resolve the issue.