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If you'd like to see the newest items in our collection without constantly checking the New Materials lists, you can subscribe to updates via RSS.

For the uninitiated: RSS lets you get updates from your favorite websites without visiting them all the time. It's a huge time-saver. To get started using RSS, take a look at Common Craft's excellent tutorial, RSS in Plain English. To subscribe to our new materials feeds, just go to the Books & More page and click the orange icon [Feed Icon] next to the list link. Then add the feed per your aggregator's instructions.
We also have a bunch of other feeds for our blogs and such.

Subscribing to Bundles

Bundles are lists of feeds that you can subscribe to in Google Reader with one click. You can find our bundle listing on the Books & More page.

To subscribe to a bundle, just click on the [Bundle] link. If you are not already signed in to Google (or you do not have an account), click the "Sign in to subscribe" link and either sign in or create a new account. If you are signed in, the link will instead be a button with a blue plus sign — just click the button to subscribe to all the feeds at once.

If you use a feed reader other than Google Reader, you may be able to import the feeds in much the same way. On the bundle page in the right-hand sidebar is a link to an OPML file. If you download the file, you can then upload it to your RSS reader of choice and import all of the feeds.

Comments

Anne Heidemann
Wed, 2009-08-05 14:56

Will there be a feed for the non-fiction items?

Brad Czerniak
Wed, 2009-08-05 14:58

Not at present. If there's a way to search the web-based catalog for only nonfiction books in newest-first order, I have yet to find it. If there's a way, there can be a feed.

Anne Heidemann
Thu, 2009-08-06 09:08

If there's not a way to do the feed, can we have a list of newly added non-fiction items (that doesn't include not-newly added items)?