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Daniel Lemire

Back in 2005, I challenged researchers to make their papers available as a RSS feed:


Right now, my recent papers are available as a RSS feed:


If everyone did this, then I could follow my favorite researchers without effort.

(I don't care whether journals have RSS feeds or not. I want *researchers* to do it.)

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