I just imported some of my blog posts from my old blog, “Bevans Rants”. It was mostly just a bunch of opinions I thought were clever at the time, graphic design projects I thought were good at the time, and observations I thought were insightful at the time. In other words, not much different from Dubiosity.
First off, I’ve gotta point out how awesome it is that people are actually reading this blog, and caring enough to respond to my posts, even though right now my traffic is rather low. I know it takes a long time to build a blog, and it’s even harder when one of your primary foci is a topic that most people don’t agree with.
One of the reasons I blog in the first place is to foster discussion, and to get new (and old) ideas out into the light. I’ve tried to respond when people disagree (or agree) with something I’ve written, but I haven’t been doing a very good job.
Whenever someone posts a comment to this blog, I get an e-mail telling me I have a new comment. Normally. However, it doesn’t always work, as has become obvious to me by how many comments I’ve found that I haven’t read yet. So, as a solution, I found out that Blogger (the site software I use) is set up to allow you to see every comment to your blog in an RSS feed. (Here it is, if you want to track it too.)
In the future, I’ll (hopefully) be much quicker with my responses. If I feel the need to make them, of course.
Also, I’ve added a link to the right so people can contact me directly, in case you want to suggest something or say something private or tell me how much Jesus loves me, or whatever else you want to say.
I just wanted to point out that I’ve set up a page for Dubiosity on Facebook, if anybody is interested in adding it to their profile. It should inform you when I make a new post (which can be turned off if you want) which is handy if you don’t do RSS.
Speaking of RSS, if you like that sort of thing, the Dubiosity feed is right here. Most browsers will show that there’s an RSS feed associated with this blog automatically, but in case yours doesn’t, there you go. (You should probably get an update or a different browser if it doesn’t.)
I just wanted to apologize to all 4 of the people who have subscribed to my RSS feed (woo!) about the Digg spam. I was playing around with one of the many features that Feedburner offers to spruce up your feed, but I didn’t realize it was going to grab all my most recent diggs and spam my feed with them.
I turned that feature off as soon as I saw what it did, so it won’t be happening again.
Also, it occurs to me that I am one of those 4 subscribers. Sigh.