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Don't have time to stop by campus and pick up a hard copy of Tech Talk? Readers of Tech Talk can now get an electronic version of MIT's official newspaper delivered each week through a new RSS feed set up by the MIT News Office.

Moreover, the electronic version of Tech Talk--delivered as a PDF via the RSS feed--features activated hyperlinks within stories, allowing readers to go directly to a related web site by clicking on them.

The new feed is among a number of MIT news delivery methods, including:

  • RSS feeds of top news, research news and campus news, updated daily. These link subscribers directly to the latest stories on the News Office web site, which are often published before Tech Talk comes out.
  • An option, through third-party services, to receive an e-mail each time a story is added to an RSS feed.
  • RSS feeds on specialized topics (cancer research, energy, arts, etc.)
  • A regular audio podcast of recent news.

For more information, go to: /newsoffice/subscribe-rss.html.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on May 7, 2008 (download PDF).

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