If you’d like to keep in touch with all things related to ICE-RS (The Integrated Content Environment for Research and Scholarship) then you can look at this del.icio.us page: http://del.icio.us/icers.
We’ve created an account for the ICE-RS project and we’ll use it to bookmark things of interest: stuff on the ICE site, posts on this site and any resources that are of interest to ICE-RS pilot users, friends and family.
You can use an aggregator to keep track of this site, the icers del.icio.us account and many other web pages.
Aggregators reduce the time and effort needed to regularly check websites for updates, creating a unique information space or “personal newspaper.” Once subscribed to a feed, an aggregator is able to check for new content at user-determined intervals and retrieve the update. The content is sometimes described as being “pulled” to the subscriber, as opposed to “pushed” with email or IM. Unlike recipients of some “pushed” information, the aggregator user can easily unsubscribe from a feed.
I use http://reader.google.com – if you have a gmail account give it a go (and if you want a gmail account let me know), http://newsgator.com has an OK aggregator, and http://bloglines.com is still going. There are others.