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Digital security expert finds hidden messages

Not only is Jessica Fridrich, professor of electrical and computer engineering, a wiz at solving the Rubik’s cube (in 17 seconds), she’s developed ways to detect hidden messages in digital images.
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RSS News Feeds

Thanks to RSS (Really Simple Syndication), you can have Binghamton University news and photos automatically delivered to your computer or mobile device.

What is RSS?

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.

What RSS feeds does Binghamton University offer?

Binghamton University Emergency Alert System

Rave Mobile Safety Alert System RSS

Inside Binghamton University

Inside Binghamton University RSS


B-Line RSS

Daily Photo

Daily Photo RSS

Binghamton University Magazine

Binghamton University Magazine RSS

News Releases

News Releases RSS

Ask a Scientist

Ask a Scientist RSS



How can I access RSS feeds?

  1. You need an RSS reader. RSS feeds are pulled into a web app or software program specifically designed for reading them, called an "aggregator," sometimes referred to as a "news reader" or simply "reader."

    Popular free aggregators include Google Reader (web-based), FeedDemon (Windows) and NetNewsWire (Mac).

  2. 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:

    1. Copy the URL (Web address) of the feed you wish to subscribe to
    2. Open your aggregator
    3. Select "New Channel," "Subscribe," etc.
    4. Paste in the URL
    5. Follow the prompts as directed

    Refer to the documentation for your selected aggregator for more specific instructions on subscribing to RSS feeds.

Where can I find more information about RSS?

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Last Updated: 1/14/11