“It’s a pleasure!” says Nicole Hofmann, a senior computer science major who lives in Binghamton. “I really enjoy it. I needed to go out into the real world to see how it works. It opens your eyes and you grow in the process. When you go back to school after being in the work force, you have a newfound appreciation for what you’re learning.”
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RSS is a content delivery medium that you can use to receive content from websites, including Binghamton University's. We are using RSS to syndicate web content by creating RSS feeds that you can subscribe to.
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Start adding new RSS feeds. Once you have an aggregator set up, the following general steps are helpful in subscribing to Binghamton University news feeds:
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Last Updated: 1/14/11