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RSS and Firefox Add-ons in medicine

I’ve written several times about how you can use RSS in medicine. I’ve featured:

  • PubMed Save Search
  • Third-Party PubMed tools
  • Intelligent RSS
  • Tags, Google Alert and many more

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But here is a new and extremely detailed video about what RSS is and how it is useful. RSS is just awesome! Kudos to the author! Now I have to go and create the RSS feeds of my Technorati pages.

Don’t miss today’s best post of the medical blogosphere, Firefox Add-ons for Molecular and Cell Biologists at Bitesize Bio.

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  1. matt #

    Here are some more cool firefox addons

    http://seomization.blogspot.com/2007/10/fire-fox-addons.html

    November 1, 2007
  2. Very useful add-ons. Thank you, Matt!

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