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email notification

Longtime readers of this blog may remember that in yesteryear, one could sign up for email notification when there was a new entry. Unfortunately, Bloglet, the company that provided that service, was ridiculously unreliable, so I eventually suspended the email notification service.

It's back! FeedBlitz, which thus far I've experienced as far more reliable than Bloget was, is providing email notification service, so I've once more posted a form to sign up for it; if you sign up, or if you were signed up to receive email notification via Bloglet in days of yore (although not if you were one of the ten anonymous subscribers -- I had no way to move those over to the new service), then you should receive each new lectionary blog entry via email once it goes up. To sign up, just look for the form to fill in your email address in the right-hand sidebar under 'subscribe.'

As this is a new service, I'll be grateful for any feedback you can give me about how it's working (or not working) for you. If, like Bloglet, it turns out to cause more trouble than it's worth, I'll disable it, but I'm hoping it'll work well. I know there are a lot of readers who have never really gotten into the whole RSS thing (it's very cool, I tell you -- you can see one use for it explained here in simple terms for users of the Firefox web browser), but who want to know when something new goes up without having to check the site all the time. If that's you, please do try out the FeedBlitz service for email notification, and let me know how it goes.

Blessings,

Dylan

April 26, 2006 in Administrivia, Site News | Permalink

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Dylan,

This is great-I get a notice on my Yahoo home page when you post, so I know to come visit.

Thanks a zillion.

Connie

Posted by: Connie | Apr 29, 2006 8:54:42 AM

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« Second Sunday of Easter, Year B | Main | Third Sunday of Easter, Year B »

email notification

Longtime readers of this blog may remember that in yesteryear, one could sign up for email notification when there was a new entry. Unfortunately, Bloglet, the company that provided that service, was ridiculously unreliable, so I eventually suspended the email notification service.

It's back! FeedBlitz, which thus far I've experienced as far more reliable than Bloget was, is providing email notification service, so I've once more posted a form to sign up for it; if you sign up, or if you were signed up to receive email notification via Bloglet in days of yore (although not if you were one of the ten anonymous subscribers -- I had no way to move those over to the new service), then you should receive each new lectionary blog entry via email once it goes up. To sign up, just look for the form to fill in your email address in the right-hand sidebar under 'subscribe.'

As this is a new service, I'll be grateful for any feedback you can give me about how it's working (or not working) for you. If, like Bloglet, it turns out to cause more trouble than it's worth, I'll disable it, but I'm hoping it'll work well. I know there are a lot of readers who have never really gotten into the whole RSS thing (it's very cool, I tell you -- you can see one use for it explained here in simple terms for users of the Firefox web browser), but who want to know when something new goes up without having to check the site all the time. If that's you, please do try out the FeedBlitz service for email notification, and let me know how it goes.

Blessings,

Dylan

April 26, 2006 in Administrivia, Site News | Permalink

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