This is not about Loretta or any of her parts so if you are looking for pictures, you are in the wrong corner of the Internet. No, this is about an exciting new feature of this blog called an RSS feed. If you’ve never used an RSS feed, it is like a bookmark that you add to your browser that shows the last 10 posts on the blog. You won’t have to go to the blog anymore to see if there are updates. It’s easy to set up:
There is a button on the left side of this page (any page on this blog) that is orangy and is in the RSS section:
Click it. Then, click the Subscribe Now button:
A bookmark will be added to your browser. Click the bookmark and it will show you a list of the last 10 blog entries. Click any one of those and it will take you to that entry. Now you are an RSS master!
If you are using Google Chrome it won’t work. Google doesn’t include a feed reader in Chrome though there are some plug-ins available to do that. Why? I don’t know. Maybe to limit cannibalization of their stand-alone feed reader. Silly, if you ask me.
Have been thinking of you these past few days and wishing you a quick recovery. Not the outcome expected 🙁 I feel that at this point, you are now due LOTS of the best luck…
We missed you but spun in your honor on Thursday morning, with Jackie telling us to push harder for you. What an ordeal it has been for you! I’m sure you have all the support you need, but let me know if I can help in any way.
Loved the post about the dog sitting and Eileen! Was laughing out loud.
Take care, rest, be pampered, and hope to see you soon.
Well, Scott, that RSS feed is nifty! Thank you. What does RSS stand for?
Uh-oh, maybe I should have posted this HERE!
Murphy’s Technology Law #4:
If builders built buildings the way programmers wrote programs, then
the first woodpecker that came along would destroy civilization.