Another Automation-Related RSS Feed Joins Us

In an earlier post about a Mynah Simulation Consultant joining the automation blogging community, I sent a note to Jason Covington who manages their forums and blog expressing my wish that these were RSS-enabled. This meant that I could receive updates as posts were made, instead of having to go visit the site and check for new things.

Today, I received a comment back from Jason sharing the good news that their site is now RSS-enabled. I’ll share Jason’s comment here in its entirety:

We have added an RSS Feed for all of our MYNAH Forums content:

This link allows you to pick a Reader if you don’t already have one.

If you already have an RSS News Reader installed on your computer, use:


The MYNAH Forums allow you to pick specific levels for your RSS Feed. For example, if you are only interested in getting a feed of the latest posts from the MiMiC Users’ Forum, you can click the RSS Feed button in that specific Forum and receive MiMiC-specific feeds only:


Jason Covington

Now I can quickly scan the conversations going on around simulation, OPC, and other connectivity solutions and see where experts from Emerson can join in.

If you’ve never used RSS to see the value of having information come to you instead of you going to find it, I recommend spending a few minutes with one of the browser-based RSS readers like Google Reader or Bloglines. There’s no software to install with these.

And while you’re there, add the Emerson Process Experts RSS feed and perhaps other automation and process industry ones from my blogroll so you can share your expertise.

Posted Friday, March 30th, 2007 under Simulation.

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