A guide to RSS feeds using beSpacific research updates

Subject: Some beSpacific (and LLRX) Subjects (topics) in which you may have an interest
Source: Peter Weiss

Longtime readers of beSpacific and LLRX will notice that each article has a list of Subjects: that the Editor has categorized (curated) the posting.  These Subjects are also known as Topics and form a constantly updated reverse chronological listing.  Each Topic has its own RSS feed which then can be subscribed to by an RSS news aggregator or simply browsed and possibly formatted by your web browser (Chrome, Firefox, IE, etc) — might require a plugin for easy viewing e.g., here’s one for Firefox

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/feed-preview/

Here a sampling of some recent beSpacific Subjects:

Subjects: Civil Liberties, Internet, Legal Research, Privacy, Social Media
Subjects: EU Data Protection, Government Documents, Legal Research, Legislation, Privacy
Subjects: Congress, Freedom of Information, Government Documents, Legal Research
Subjects: Civil Liberties, Internet, Legal Research, Privacy, Social Media
Subjects: E-Commerce, E-Mail, E-Records, Internet, Privacy, Search Engines
Subjects: Congress, Economy, Environmental Law, Financial System, Government Documents
Subjects: Internet, Knowledge Management, Privacy, Search Engines
Subjects: Libraries
Subjects: Internet, Knowledge Management
Subjects: Internet, Knowledge Management, Legal Research, Libraries, Privacy
Subjects: Economy, Financial System, Government Documents, Legal Research
Subjects: Health Care, Knowledge Management, Legal Research, Medicine
Subjects: EU Data Protection, Freedom of Information, Internet, Knowledge Management, Legal Research, Libraries, Privacy, Search Engines

So if you had an ongoing interest in say, Legal Research, you might bookmark: https://www.bespacific.com/category/legal-research/

and check (click) on it from time to time to see what has been posted (categorized) by the Editor under that Topic.

Additionally, if you were using a RSS news aggregator, you might subscribe to: https://www.bespacific.com/category/legal-research/feed/

[Most news aggregators will accumulate the entries, so even if the most current subset is only displayed using the above URL, over time your aggregator will hold dozens of postings under that Topic.]

See also Gizmodo – RSS Is Better Than Twitter

Posted in: Business Research, KM, Legal Research, RSS Newsfeeds, Search Strategies
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