Roddy MacLeod writes - "Here's a quick survey of some Open Access (OA) journals added recently to the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). I wanted to see how many of the newly added titles had RSS feeds for their Tables of Contents (TOCs). There are many reasons why all scholarly journals should produce a TOC RSS feed. Lisa Rogers wrote RSS and Scholarly Journal Tables of Contents: the ticTOCs Project, and Good Practice Guidelines for Publishers which explains how RSS is an effective sharing mechanism for journal TOCs, and a CrossRef working group produced Recommendations on RSS Feeds for Scholarly Publishers which explains good practice. RSS feed consumption can occur through many feed aggregators, such as Google Reader, iGoogle, Bloglines, etc. Some journal TOC RSS feeds have hundreds of subscribers via each of these services, and this drives considerable traffic to their sites..."