RSS feeds at the AMS
The AMS currently maintains the following feeds.
New to RSS feeds? See below.New books in musicology
Listings for newly published books of interest to the musicological community
Musicology in the news
News reports of interest to the musicological community
Doctoral Dissertations in Musicology: new dissertations
Includes dissertations that have recently been completed, and new listings of dissertations not previously included in the database.
AMS-Announce via RSS feed (Google )
Announcements of conferences, fellowships, calls for papers, and other items of musicological interest
RSS ("Really Simple Syndication") is a technology that enables users to monitor Web sites that are frequently updated. Typically, blogs and news sources provide "RSS Content" for this purpose. Users subscribe to the feed and have quicker and more automated access to news reports or updates.
Feeds are read by aggregators. End users choose their favorite aggregator (or "feed reader") and subscribe to feeds accordingly.
Some good things about RSS Feeds
- You don't have to give your email address to anyone: no spam results!
- No need to follow all the email "unsubscribe" rigamarole: canceling a feed is as simple as hitting the delete key.
- Feeds are sorted by their source in coherent groups.
To get started, choose a feed reader-- it's simple and convenient. If you're not sure which feed reader to choose, use the one that's closest to your way of working. Google, Yahoo, AOL, MSN, and web browsers (IE, Safari, Opera, Firefox, etc.) all have RSS facilities.