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Apr 02 2012

Subscribing to Rosetta Stones

My darlings, you have made today awesome beyond belief. Thank you for the kind words and enormous show of support! You constantly amaze me. I love you dearly, and I hope you never ever forget that.

A few of you have been having difficulties subscribing to Rosetta Stones. Cujo already popped the answer into comments on the previous post, but I figured I’d best get this up here so everybody can see it. Click here for the feed. Or, if you want to do it the not-very-hard-but-a-wee-bit-harder-way:

How to Subscribe

Just click the little orange dealie beside the blog title. Et voilĂ !

I’ll also be posting to Twitter, Facebook and G+, as well as here. You’re probably going to be sick of me shouting, “Hey, look, a link to Rosetta Stones!” before too long.

They need to install a “Dude, I know, shaddup about it now” filter on social media…

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    Suzanne

    is there a way to get the new RS posts emailed like i do here? i don’t use an rss feed – i like getting the email notification so i can pop over and read it — like i did with this one :)

    i’m so forking happy about rs! and that you are continuing to write here. double the dana, double the fun (and learning)

    1. 1.1
      Dana Hunter

      Good question! I haven’t found out yet, but I’ll update the post when I do.

      Thanks for all your support! You are my champion!

      1. Suzanne

        thanks dana — i’ve been crowing about how i’m finally going to be able to say ‘i knew her when…’

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      F [i'm not here, i'm gone]

      If nothing else is available, you can try this:
      http://www.changedetection.com/

      1. F [i'm not here, i'm gone]

        Or, or you could go this way:
        https://encrypted.google.com/search?q=rss+to+email
        which will include user-side tools such as
        https://www.feedmyinbox.com/
        but I couldn’t personally recommend anything.

  2. 2
    george.w

    I loves me some RSS, but it occurred to me that my favorite bloggers don’t get click-credit if I read the fruits of their labor on a Reader. Lately I’ve been depending on Twitter links and just clicking through when something catches my eye.

    1. 2.1
      F [i'm not here, i'm gone]

      You can always use RSS alerts and click through…

  3. 3
    lordshipmayhem

    Congratulations, Dana!

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