Blog for the course offered at Teachers College, Columbia University during Fall 2005

Thursday, September 22, 2005

Easy way to subscribe to all course-related feeds

UPDATE: Looks like everyone has a blog now! Thus, I have updated the OPML file, and replaced the old one. You can find it in the Page Files section of the Directory page, in the class wiki. I've also added a blogroll to the course blog with links to all your blogs.

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Almost everybody in the class has created a blog, so I've gone ahead and created an OPML file. This file can be used to subscribe to all the RSS feeds at once, as opposed to one by one. For example, if you decide to try a different RSS Aggregator and don't want to subscribe to each feed manually, you can import this OPML file (provided your aggregator lets you import files of this format) and all the feeds contained in the file will automagically appear!

You can right-click to download the file here, or go the Directory page in our class wiki and click on Page Files, located on the left-side menu.

I will update the OPML file when Jonah and Nabeel create their blogs.

3 Comments:

Blogger Jonah said...

I thought that one of the major advantages of many of these tools was asynchronous communication ;-) Seriously though, sorry for the delay - my class blog is live and listed on the wiki.

10:30 PM

 
Blogger akhi003 said...

I'm up now as well. Apologies for the delay. All of my links are on the course directory. Thanks.

3:00 PM

 
Blogger akhi003 said...

Oh, akhi003 is Nabeel. Apologies for not identifying myself.

-Nabeel

4:15 PM

 

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