Now we’re getting somewhere. If I’m not mistaken, this is the first article I’ve seen from the MSM that portrays RSS as a learning tool:
Ediriwickrema is part of the growing number of on-the-go, sleep-deprived students who recognize the value of an Internet technology called RSS and are milking its benefits for use in the classroom.
Now it doesn’t go into a lot of detail on exactly how to use RSS effectively, but it does mention Pluck (which I just installed into Firefox, by the way) and Onfolio as some alternatives to Bloglines. And I still can’t believe that only five percent of the six million who say they get their news from the Internet are using RSS. Amazing. But I’m thinking this is a nice step in the right direction…