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One of the things I've noticed lately, although not the most interesting, are job feeds. The popularity of these seem to be rising. Employment listing sites are using feeds to display new openings. People looking for jobs can now just subscribe to a bunch of feeds and quickly run through all the new job postings.
There's a feed that allows you to read the bible a chapter a day. What's interesting is that you can change the date in the feed's url to today's date and the feed will start with genesis 1.1. As long as you keep the same date in the url, each day you get the next chapter. (&startdate=2006-02-13)
This is incredibly interesting to me, because of the possiblilities... You could replace the bible with any book, or even a tutorial. I could start a new book today, by placing today's date in the url, and each day get a new chapter. Or 2 new chapters - there could be a param in the url specifying how many chapters a day you want (&startdate=2006-02-13&chapters=2). Or I could start a new tutorial today and get a new lesson everyday. Miss a lesson? I would just change the date in the url to get me back to where I was.
Our site <snip> features several RSS Newsradars.
We have two radars: JobExposer and Accounting JobExposer aggregating the Canadian IT and Accounting job feeds
The site features radars related to RSS Enterprise Tools and Newsmastering
We also have four Radars monitoring subjects important for every career-conscious IT professional: Resume Mastering, Interview Preparation and Soft Skills for Techies <snip>
[edited by: werty at 1:16 am (utc) on Feb. 26, 2006]
[edit reason] Removed URLs - Please see TOS #13 [/edit]
Let me explain what I am looking for -
I play the guitar and wanted to record some music. I still need to read up about podcasting....my aim is to record some of my classical music and make it available on the net for my friends....does RSS help in achieving this? Also any ideas - which site can help me to learn about podcasting?