For sometime now BookSwap.ws has had RSS feeds for books that are for sale, if you look at the users profile of the book you are interested in you will see a RSS feed link. If you found that you were interested in the books that the seller had you could subscribe to the feed and keep an eye out for the latest books they had.
Alternatively for sellers you could use that RSS feed to add the books you were selling onto your own website. The links in the feed link right back to the book details page on BookSwap.ws where your customer could find out more details about the book and purchase it if they were interested. This meant all you had to do was add a simple RSS reader to your site and you were away.
Recently the RSS feeds available has been extended, the more observant will have noticed a "My RSS Feeds" link in the "My Account" section. From here you can configure special RSS feeds to publish your book collection.
On the right hand sidebar of this blog you can see an "I'm Reading
" and "My BookSwap.ws wish list" section, these are both automatically generated from a RSS consumer in the bloging software and feeds from BookSwap.ws.
This screen shot shows a typical configuration of My RSS Feeds:
So if you would like your blog readers to know what books you are reading, or what ones you would like, or what books you have, if you are selling books or just want to list your entire book collection on your website then check out the BookSwap.ws MyRSS feeds.
The My RSS Feeds are also available on CDSwap.ws and DVDSwap.ws so you can also list the CDs and DVDs you have, or like or would like.