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Site News The Register has a new RSS feed which scrapes up the last 10 headlines. And it works! Here is the URL:

http://theregister.co.uk/feeds/latest.rdf.

The feed is only of any real use to robots, software specifically written to parse RSS feeds (then display it in a way useful for humans). So yes, the URL is meant to display XML source code.

Any comments? Shovel them this way.

OK, OK, our old RDF feed was crap, and we always meant to introduce a new version alongside a new content management system we're working on. But it could wait no longer - you see, complaints do, sometimes, work.

We shall - trust us, we're journalists - introduce different RSS feeds in coming months. ®

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