E.politics has Switched to FeedBurner

August 16th, 2006

Hey kids, e.politics is now using FeedBurner to manage its RSS feed. If you’re an RSS subscriber and have any problems (i.e., the feed is inaccessible or doesn’t seem to be updating), let me know.

FeedBurner is useful because it lets you track how many people are subscribing to your feed and which items are getting clicked on. It’s a good supplement to your normal site traffic statistics — yay, one more thing for site stats nerds like me to obsess over. Also, it makes the subscription process a little easier for newbies.

Finally, sorry for yesterday’s publishing hiatus. I was working on a big super-secret writing project — all will be revealed soon…

cpd

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