If you go to this page you’ll see that Apple now provides RSS feeds for iTunes, iPod, PR and product announcements, (including third party products) and Knowledge Base support articles). It’s pretty cool. It’s a good example of what a university could do. Think about departmental and campus cultural events calendars from a variety of databases published (with a fairly simple XML wrapper) as RSS feeds that anyone at all could subscribe to. Libraries could publish catalog data for new books, department policies could be easily efficiently published when databases and web sites are modiefied, class web site’s with blogs and comments or disscussion boards could have opt-in rss feeds . . . all sorts of publishing possibilities.