Staying Current with Academic Journals
Have you seen the new issue of the International Journal of Data Mining and Bioinformatics? How about SIMILE (Studies in Media Information & Literacy Education)? The Journal of Informetics? No? Well, surely you've seen the latest Knowledge and Information Systems, right?
If you're in academia (or of that mindset) and find yourself in the horrifically shameful position of not knowing what's currently being discussed in your field's academic publications, consider TicTocs. This free site indexes the tables of contents from thousands of academic publications, and delivers whichever of those TOCs you select directly to your RSS feed reader. So you can stay current with the most recent findings from the International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology.
Or whichever publications you're genuinely, or contractually-obligated to be, interested in.
I might also add that many of the ELM databases, such as Academic Search Premier, offer the option of setting up automatic alerts. These alerts let you know (by email or RSS feed) when new articles are added that match your interests - not just from specific publications but also on specific topics from specific publications. Just run your search and look for the "Alert/Save/Share" link in the upper-right corner of your results listing.