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Monday, 19 January 2009

More EU RSS Feed-Flux - 17 First Class Choices

Some items will appear in more than one feed because they relate to, for example, both Health & Life Sciences and the Information Society. The categories used are the same ones you will find in the Information Centre menus.

Full list as follows:
Astronomy
Communicable diseases
Energy
Environment
FP7
Health & life sciences
Information society
International cooperation
Materials & products
Pure sciences
Research policy
Science & society
SMEs
Social sciences and humanities
Sustainable development
Teledetection
Transport

Saturday, 10 January 2009

Introducing Snap Shots from Snap.com - New Widget Enhanced Functionality

Introducing Snap Shots from Snap.com


I just installed a nice little tool on this site called Snap Shots that enhances links with visual previews of the destination site, interactive excerpts of Wikipedia articles, MySpace profiles, IMDb profiles and Amazon products, display in-line videos, RSS, MP3s, photos, stock charts and more.

Sometimes Snap Shots bring you the information you need, without your having to leave the site, while other times it lets you "look ahead," before deciding if you want to follow a link or not.

Please feel free to comment on this widget.

Should you decide this is not for you, just click the Options icon in the upper right corner of the Snap Shot and opt-out.

Saturday, 3 January 2009

NEW RSS CHEM. BLOGS and WEBSITE FEEDS APPROACH - SCROLL DOWN

As a new year feature for 2009, I trust readers fellow bloggers and webmasters will appreciate my use of RSS feed.

Please do not hesitate to let me know how useful this approach is.

All sites are worth special mention some famous such as Chemistry World some less so bravely maintained by individual chemist.

Good luck and good chemisty for the common good.

NB. Check that you and your lab has a carbon foot-print bottom-up approach, for progress begins with science!