RSS feeds from ams.org
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Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an easy and free way to get ams.org content you want whenever it is updated, even if you are not on our website.
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AMS News & More
MathSciNet (subscription required)
- Current awareness of journals using RSS — For those using RSS feeds for current awareness, RSS 1.0 and RSS 2.0 links are provided on the bibliographic information page for each journal covered by MathSciNet. These links will provide updated information about a journal issue as soon as that issue is loaded in MathSciNet. You must be subscribed to MathSciNet in order to view these feeds.
- Bulletin of the AMS
- Journal of the AMS
- Mathematics of Computation
- Memoirs of the AMS
- Proceedings of the AMS
- Transactions of the AMS
- Conformal Geometry and Dynamics
- Representation Theory
- St. Petersburg Mathematical Journal
- Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics
- Transactions of the Moscow Mathematical Society
Blogs offered by or in cooperation with the American Mathematical Society
- AMS Blogs | Blogs site
- Beyond Reviews: Inside MathSciNet | Blog site
- e-Mentoring Network in the Mathematical Sciences | Blog site
- PhD + epsilon Blog | Blog site
- On The Market | Blog site
- Blog on Math Blogs | Blog site
- On Teaching and Learning Mathematics | Blog site
- Visual Insight | Blog site
- Graduate Students Blog | Blog site
To use RSS, you'll need to use a news reader — a program that provides a real-time interface to the feeds you select. News readers come in all sizes and shapes. Many are Web-based; some send headlines to your e-mail or cell phone. A few examples are Sage - a lightweight RSS and Atom feed aggregator and MyMSN. However, ams.org's RSS feeds will work with most readers.
Your email program or feed reader should offer you help in changing your settings or unsubscribing from an RSS feed.