What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an easy way to keep
up to date with news of technology at Palomar College
and in the Academic Technology Resource Center. ATRC
provides continually updated headline feeds from its web
site and delivers them directly to your desktop news
How can I use RSS?
There are several ways to access RSS feeds. You can
install a news reader (or aggregator) that
displays RSS feeds from the Web sites you select. Like
an email program or a Web browser, the news reader
serves as a kind of information portal, and provides a
real-time interface to the feeds you select. Once the
RSS reader is subscribed to the ATRC news feed, it will
continually poll the
http://www.palomar.edu/atrc for the latest
do I subscribe to the Palomar feed?
If you use one of
the following services, you can subscribe with 1
If you use some other reader, copy the URL in the box below into
your preferred RSS reader. New content
will be delivered as it is published.
The URL in the box above is what is
linked by those orange buttons of
various kinds you have seen on web
What news reader should I
Google Reader. It is
web-based, powerful and easy to use. Google Reader is linked to
your gmail account, so you can use it anywhere you can use gmail.
You can subscribe to any of our blogs or news/events
feeds using Google Reader:
The ATRC blog