Kindly update your subscriptions

After a long hard think, I’ve decided that I am going to consolidate all 3 of the old feeds into one feed. The new single feed is a “SmartFeed” from FeedBurner, so it should give you a friendly format no matter which feed reader you use.

I’ve set old URLs to redirect for 30 days, after which point you’ll probably need to update your feed URLs to:

http://feeds.feedburner.com/slash7/rss

Or click here.

NetNewsWire folks, your subscription should be updated automatically, thanks to its redirect-grokking goodness.

I apologize for the inconvenience, but it will seriously help me out. And hopefully it won’t hurt you. :)

Speaking of hurting you…

A few of you asked, and I couldn’t ignore you. Full-article feeds are back, in case you haven’t noticed. Don’t know what I was thinking. Sorry guys! I still love you!

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  1. James says:

    Wahoo… does that mean we won’t see the repeating post everytime you update it?

    I’ve read some of your posts about 10 times, because each time you do an update Google reader counts it as new.

  2. Amy says:

    James, ouch!?

    I will see what I can do about that. Not sure it’s related to the feed itself, but rather Mephisto. Sorry about the annoyance! (I do tweak my posts a lot…)

  3. Jenna Fox says:

    It seems Sage likes your redirects too! I went to update it and it was already done.

  4. Jake Good says:

    BlogLines auto updated… most modern feed readers will.

    The strange thing happening with the feed just started happening to me as well, when I moved to Mephisto and FeedBurner

  5. This is some poker spam says:

    Just to let you know, the RSS link in the head of your HTML points to the atom feed rather than the RSS feed. I don’t know if that’s intentional or an oversight, but I thought I’d mention it just in case.

  6. Amy says:

    @Jake: I wonder why on earth that is. Do you think it’s Mephisto, or FB?

    @Mr Poker Spam: Good catch! Fixed.

  7. Jake Good says:

    I haven’t sat down to figure it out just yet…

    It’s either feedburner somehow thinking the content changed when it really didn’t (by it’s own heuristics)…

    or some minuscule thing we do in Mephisto is changing the time stamps on the posts and when they get regenerated, the RSS gets updated.

  8. SmartFeed, — good choice Amy! –

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