The Graziadio Experience
Blogs, Podcasts, and RSS Feeds
The Graziadio School has a number of blogs, podcasts and publications available by subscription through RSS feeds.
Graziadio School students share perspectives and insights on their business school experiences.
The official blog of the Graziadio Business Review, an online journal that translates the latest business research into practical applications for business managers.
Our newsroom blog highlights the latest updates on our scholars, news offerings, media placements, and research.
The Dean's Executive Leadership Series invites top business practitioners and thought leaders to share their views on the real world of business.
Current articles from our online journal that delivers relevant business information and analysis for business, government, and non-profit managers.
What is RSS?
The acronym RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary. An RSS feed, also known as a news feed, is a syndicated news feed in an XML format to which you can subscribe.
What is a news feed reader?
A news feed reader, also known as a news aggregator, is software that lets you subscribe to RSS feeds.
Why should I use a news feed reader?
Using an RSS feed reader allows you to be alerted when new articles on the topics you're interested in are available. Many feed readers will pop up a new window when a new article is available, or are integrated into mail clients or Web browsers, such as FireFox, Safari, and Opera. When you are alerted of a new article, you can click on a link that will take you directly to it.
Where can I get an RSS feed reader?
There are many freeware and shareware readers available, and though Pepperdine does not endorse any particular reader, a few are listed below.
- Active Web Reader (Free)
- Attensa for Outlook
- FeedReader (Free)
- NetNewsWire (Mac OS X)
- NewsGator Online
What is Web syndication?
Syndication on the Web means a section of a Web site is made available for users or other sites to use. The RSS feeds on this page are an example of syndication.