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By stephen.fox on Jan 07, 2009
Giving You the News You Need
As we start planning for Oracle OpenWorld’s return to San Francisco in 2009, we want to focus on how you’re using this blog. Specifically, we want to give you some suggestions about how to keep up with Oracle OpenWorld before we return to our more frequent updates.
With so many ways to access blogs today, you probably have a favorite. We have some as well. Our RSS feed is probably the easiest way for you to stay connected to us. You can subscribe to it, incorporate it into your own blog, or have it sent right to your mobile device.
For those of you using Google Reader to follow all the blogs you’re interested in, you can add us to the other blogs you regularly read with the same RSS feed.
If you want your Oracle OpenWorld updates delivered right to your e-mail, set up an Oracle OpenWorld news alert. You’ll be able get our updates as well as Oracle OpenWorld observations from other blogs and news services.
For FriendFeed users, you can join the Oracle OpenWorld room. When other FriendFeed users post Oracle OpenWorld content to their profile, you’ll be able to catch it there.
Of course, our favorite way for you to keep up with us, and all the other great blogs Oracle provides, is to visit the Oracle Blogs site once-in-a-while. Our posts, and the posts of all the other Oracle blogs are consolidated there for easy browsing.
We want to provide you with show essentials in a format that you appreciate. If you have found an innovative way to keep up with us, and all the other blogs you follow, share it. Your fellow Oracle enthusiasts might be interested in finding new ways to stay informed, and we want to help make that happen. Weigh in with your comments, and tell us how you fit Oracle OpenWorld news into your daily data download.