Chicago Booth RSS News Feed
What is RSS?
RSS (Real Simple Syndication) gives Internet users an easy way to keep up with the latest information being published on their favorite websites. An RSS "feed" consists of headlines from stories that have been recently published, a short synopsis and a link to the rest of the story. You can organize RSS content from multiple websites in one convenient location, making it easier to stay updated without having to surf each individual site.
What is available?
Chicago Booth is providing a feed in RSS format free of charge, and for personal use only. View Chicago Booth headlines in XML format >
How can I use RSS?
In order to take advantage of RSS feeds, you will need to use a news reader - a program that makes it possible to collect and view RSS feeds in one convenient location. They work by periodically retrieving and displaying updates to each subscribed site’s feed. Most news readers are programs that must be downloaded and installed onto your computer, but there are also some web-based options available as well. Here are some of the more popular news readers that are available and other resources where you can learn more about RSS technology.
After installing an RSS reader, you can subscribe to a feed manually as follows:
- 1. Copy the URL for the RSS feed you want to your clipboard - http://feeds.chicagobooth.edu/boothnews
- 2. Paste it into the “Add Feed…” or “New Feed…” dialog of your RSS reader.