Feed the mind


From blogs to podcasts, there is no shortage of University news on the Web. By subscribing to one of the University's 38 RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds, literary types can check out the latest audio and video presentations of Poem Present readings while aspiring lawyers can read a day-in-the-life blog from law school students and staff. Bibliophiles can stay up-to-date on the U of C Press's latest offerings and journalists can track down informed sources from the University's directory of expert researchers. When content is added to a site, the feed automatically updates and displays a link to the new information in the subscriber's Web browser. Provided by sites such as the University News Office, The Maroon, the Hospitals, and, of course, UChiBLOGo, feeds keep Chicago readers in the know.


Photo: RSS feeds keep readers informed of the latest University news and events.

March 2, 2007