RIP RSS: Reviving Innovative Programs through Really Savvy Services

  title={RIP RSS: Reviving Innovative Programs through Really Savvy Services},
  author={A. Miles},
  journal={Journal of Hospital Librarianship},
  pages={425 - 432}
  • A. Miles
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Hospital Librarianship
  • The medical and library literature is saturated with articles on the benefits and basic use of RSS; yet, just as the technology was starting to take hold in the medical field, it has simultaneously been declared ‘dead on arrival.’ This article seeks to revive hope for RSS by documenting, among other cases, unconventional projects such as University Hospitals Case Medical Center's use of the technology to solve a problem involving a Web site redesign project. Additional uses discussed will… CONTINUE READING

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