Monday, February 19

Google Search RSS Feed

Chance is that when you are searching a specific topic in Google, you might want to keep track of new webpages in this topic. If Google provides RSS for search result, you can add it into your favorite RSS reader, or aggregator, to make sure you don't miss any of the related webpages.

Google is not providing RSS for search result. But using Google's search webservice, this website (http://gr.fadshop.net) provides this service.

Using this service is very simple. First, you need to visit this website and search the keywords you are interested:


You can get the same search result as you get from Google.com:


Then you can put the link of your search result (http://gr.fadshop.net/cgi-bin/google.pl?q="Gene Ontology" Microarray Clustering) into your favorite RSS reader. Every day you can open your RSS reader to find new items from Google search result.

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