The Bay Journal can now be syndicated quickly and easily using our Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds. Based on the XML data format, RSS is a simple way to add Bay Journal articles and features to your own website. By using our RSS feeds, you'll be able to display the latest Bay Journal articles on your own Web pages, in real time, the minute they are published. Additionally, you can pull our RSS feeds into a RSS aggregator/reader of your choice.
RSS Full Feed - The latest news stories and blog posts from the Bay Journal.
RSS Short Feed - The 5 newest news stories and blog posts from the Bay Journal.
You may use the service, provided you do not publish the full text of our articles.
You must also properly reference "Bay Journal" as the source -- either with the logo image we've included in the RSS code, or in text.
The Bay Journal reserves the right to revoke RSS syndication privileges at any time, for any reason.
What is RSS: XML.com
Introduction to RSS: Web Reference.com