Quick Changes Tonight

Tuesday, March 18th, 2003 @ 9:55 pm | Site

I made a few quick changes to the site tonight. I think the biggest thing is the introduction of an RSS 2.0 feed. If you’re using the 2.0 feed in NetNewsWire, the “Open Comments in Browser” contextual menu item will be active.

If you use select this option, you’ll be taken to the comment section of the selected entry. I considered going directly to the comment page, but my current template doesn’t offer any sort of navigation to other parts of the site. I may address this at some point in the future.

There’s also an RSS 0.91 that’s a part of the default Moveable Type installation. It’s never been linked from the main page, though I did notice some hits on this feed in my access log. There haven’t been any hits in the past few weeks, so I will probably discontinue the feed in favor of the RSS 2.0 feed. The RSS 1.0 feed will remain.

I’ve also added a few sites to my blog roll. I’ve already talked about MobileTracker.

Ranchero Software and inessential.com are the web sites of Brett Simmons, the developer of NetNewsWire.

I don’t always agree with what Bill Bumgarner has to say, but when he writes about the Mac, he usually makes me think. To be honest, I like it when I have to think.

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