I like the fact that all of the websites that have constantly-updated information can be easily accessed without you having to locate and pull up each website and second.
For school, I could use it to monitor my students' blogs for research projects and whole-class critiques of student presentations. For my personal life, I could have quick access to issues that concern me the most, like news, health, and exercise. For example, I subscribed to Whole Story, a blog from the Whole Foods Market chain because I shop there and would like to find ways to help my family develop good eating habits
These are the Feeds that I subscribed to: Add A Little Love, Coupon Contessa Blog, GetRebounding Blog ,
KHOU - News - Health, KHOU - Weather, Library2Play, Switch to IngBoo, Kettlebell Exercises Blog, and theWhole Story blog.
Not only is this a wonderful tool for collaboration amongst librians, teacher, and administrators, but it could also serve as a resource tool to help its users to stay knowledgeable of the newest informational, educational, and technological advances, discoveries,and improvements. All three parties could even critique programs, methods, ideas, and software to see if it could meet any of their needs.