Syndicating Digital Thoughts

Published 21 September 2005 10:57 by Derek Lakin
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Scott Hansleman has done it and now Sam Gentile has done it too; if it's good enough for them, it's good enough for me. What am I talking about? Feedburner. I've setup a Feedburner feed that new readers should use to subscribe to (and I've changed the subscription options in the header).

The advantages for me is primarily the ability to see some information about reader statistics. For you my faithful readers: you get to have a single feed which won't change even if I change domain name (now that Salamander Software is gone that's quite likely), you also get to see my del.icio.us links and my latest Flickr photos all combined in to a single feed thanks to Link Splicer and Photo Splicer. Thanks to SmartFeed I also don't need to provide both Atom and RSS feeds (of various versions) as Feedburner will serve up whatever your aggregator needs.

Here's an array of chicklets that you can use to subscribe to the feed in various different aggregators:

Subscribe in NewsGator Online Subscribe in Rojo  
 Add To MyMSN

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