DOE Career RSS feed and other available feeds
Other DOE RSS feeds:
- DOE News Releases
- DOE Oil Spill News
- The Energy Blog
- Energy Photos on Flickr
- Energy Videos on Youtube
- Energy on Twitter
- DOE Recovery Weekly Reports
- Ames Laboratory
- Brookhaven National Laboratory
- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
- National Energy Technology Laboratory
- National Renewable Energy Laboratory - Feature Stories
- National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory R&D Magazine
- Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility Podcasts
What is RSS?
RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is an easy way to keep up with your favorite news and information. An RSS feed contains headlines, summaries and links to full news stories on www.energy.gov. If you click an RSS link, you will see XML (or eXtensible Markup Language) code in your browser. This is to be expected, since you do not view RSS content through a browser. You view the headlines through an RSS news reader (also called an RSS aggregator).
What are RSS Readers?
RSS news readers are small software programs that aggregate RSS feeds and display the story information. They allow you to scan headlines from hundreds of news sources in a central location.
How Do I Use These Feeds?
The first step, as described below, is to choose an RSS reader. Each reader has a slightly different way of adding a new feed (also called a "channel"). In most cases, here's how it works:
1. Click on the small XML button near the channel you want. You'll see a page displaying XML code.
2. From your browser, copy the URL that appears in your Address Bar. For example, the URL you would copy for DOE Press Releases is: http://www.energy.gov/pressreleases.xml
3. Paste that URL into the 'Add New Channel' section of the reader. You should be all set! The RSS feed will start to display and regularly update the headlines for you.
Where Do I Get an RSS Reader?
A wide range of RSS readers can be easily downloaded from the Web. Some readers are Web-based while others require you to download a small software program onto your desktop. Most are free to use. (Several readers require Microsoft's .NET framework on your computer. They may be slightly more complicated to install if you do not have .NET.)
The Open Directory Project offers comprehensive lists of RSS readers. A few sample readers are also offered below for the purpose of evaluation:
- Awasu (Windows)
- Bloglines (All OS, browser-based)
- Amphetadesk (Windows)
- RSS Reader (Windows .NET)
- NetNewsWire (Mac OS X)
Where Can I Learn More about RSS?
- An informative RSS article from the Online Journalism Review
- What is RSS? from IBM Developer Works
- A technical RSS tutorial from the Utah state government
- RSS Reader Information in an article by the Guardian
The DOE news feed is valid RSS.
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