Saturday, September 6, 2008

Blog Transition FAQ

New updates are now posted at the new blog at Be sure to add this new url to your bookmarks and links, and spread the word if you please!

Don't remove this blogspot blog from your bookmarks. This blog will continue to be updated in its dormant state, with updates of our latest posts and updates from around the net, both on the main page and in the sidebars.

Also, this blog officially becomes our "Plan B" blog. In case there are problems with the new blog, we can temporarily revert to this blog until the issues are resolved. We cannot afford a global server farm with hundreds of computer servers, so we have to be creative with this poor man's Plan B :-)

The #1 priority is to minimize the impact to the readers and fellow bloggers out there. This blog's content will remain as it is. All the links and bookmarks will continue to work as before. All 1000+ posts will be here waiting for you to read, rediscover or cross-reference.

Eventually we will try to integrate this blog's content with the new blog, but for various webmaster-related technical issues this will happen over time.

RSS feed subscribers

  • If you are subscribed to Feedburner you have been automatically switched to the new content.
  • If you are subscribed to alternate feeds of this blog (blogspot original, or derivatives), please  add the Feedburner feed to your newsreaders. Remember to add it to your online readers (eg Bloglines, Google Reader, etc), desktop readers (eg NetNewsWire, Feedemon, etc), browsers (eg Firefox Live Bookmarks, Safari, Opera, etc), and mobile devices (eg iPhone, etc).
  • If you are not subscribed to this blog, this is a good time to give it a try. RSS subscriptions are free, and most newsreaders are free too

Problems and Issues?
If you experience any problems or have any issues or concerns, please let us know.

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