Please change RSS feeds if you haven't

By Razib Khan | April 6, 2010 11:30 pm

If you are still subscribed to:

You are receiving updates from the new RSS feed. But at some point these updates will cease. You will need to switch to the new RSS feed:

It’s been a week since I first mentioned this issue, and the old feed still has over twice as many subscribers as the new feed. I’m sure many of them are evil people who are subscribed but no longer read the blog, but for those of you who are good please switch feeds. It is a mitzvah.



Comments (5)

  1. Nate

    I don’t know where the link originated, but I am subscribed through a Yahoo Pipes mashing of discovery blogs. You might want to track down the owner of that.

  2. Why did you switch from ScienceBlogs?

  3. many reasons. trying to make the market more efficient in the cost of labor partly.

  4. Joel

    I’m subscribed via the main Discover feed – you’ll have to get them to change too.

  5. outeast

    I don’t use feeds – I find they generate too much material given that most blogs I track update anything from almost daily to multiple times a day – but I’m having a hard time breaking the habit of looking you up on SB. Still, a few more years’ practice should do it.

    Incidentally, do you Discover boys have the freedom to tweak your layouts etc? I disliked Carl’s switch to Discover and now yours because I find the site oddly unreadable (which goes for the whole site, not just the blogs – and it’s bad enough that I’ve scarcely even used my online subscription).


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