Our web site was unavailable to our readers for just over a day as our hosting provider, GoDaddy, decided to move the site to another server without letting us know in advance. While the outage was certainly not welcome, if it helps resolve recent problems with slow performance and error messages then it may be worthwhile.
So far as we can see, everything appears to be working normally at this point and site performance has improved, too. If you notice otherwise, please send us an email at [email protected] .
Are you a Gmail user? If so, have you ever noticed the headlines and tips that appear near the top of the Gmail screen? These are obtained from RSS or Atom feeds.
It’s really easy to add new RSS or Atom feeds to your Gmail account so you get updates from them, too. This includes new posts on angiemedia.com. Here’s how to do it:
(Click here for more information on our web site features.)
We’re trying out the idea of posting Twitter tweets containing links to our new posts to make it easier for fans of that service to follow our writings and news.
Click on the logo to the left (or upper right of our web page) to visit our Twitter page. Add a comment to let us know if you like it.
We’re using a WordPress plug-in called WordTwit to do this. At first there were there were some technical issue with getting it to work for “local URLs”, so we used the tinyURL service to shorten up the URLs in the tweet. But we came up with a workaround, and are now able to use our own URLs in the tweets.