Turn any Biblio booksearch into an RSS feed

content syndication with rssFor those out there who are – shall we say, as a term for people who are book-ish and tech-ish – “classically geeky,”  you can now turn any Biblio book search you can dream of into an RSS feed that you can integrate into your feed reader and get near-real time updates as new used & rare books matching your search are added to Biblio.  Or, if you’d like, you can imbed a feed (or two, or three!) into your blog for some (free) really astoundingly bookish content!

Simply look for the RSS icon rss to the right of your book search results, just next to the facebook and twitter share options.

Here are a couple examples of some cool searches we’ve added to our own feedburners:

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