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Google Considering RSS?

:: A report from NewScientist.com suggests that Google is mulling over offering RSS feeds for some of its services. Currently, Google uses Atom as its news feeder, rendering it non-functional for most users unless they are registered Bloggers. With the indexing of scholarly dbs such as IEEE Xplore and journal packages such as IoP, Google's importance among scitech librarians is increasing. Adding RSS feeds to Google products makes good sense.

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