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Automated Web Surfing for Lawyers - Article on RSS

Tom Mighell and Dennis Kennedy have compiled a good list of RSS Resources You Can Use: Automated Web Surfing for Lawyers in November issue of Law Practice Today.

The article begins with an introduction to RSS and how to monitor information via RSS feeds using a newsreader (a.k.a. feed reader or aggregator).

For the more advanced RSS user, I thought that the section on Generating Your Own RSS Feeds and Other Advanced RSS Tools was particularly useful. They described tools for customizing, filtering and creating your own feeds.

Source: VLLB Linkblog