Keep it simple stupid

October 31, 2008 at 7:00 pm 1 comment

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The European Parliament today joined the Council and the Commission in adding RSS feeds to its website.

There’s a general feed for the general public, presumably that will be fed by the same stories currently featuring on the landing page. A second group of feeds is focused on the needs of journalists, offering background briefings, press releases and summaries of reports adopted.

Finally there are feeds for three types of podcast, the most interesting of which is probably the MEP’s own takes on upcoming issues – at least in theory.

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