Testing reader posting– feedback, please!

Hey– help a blogging sister out, will ya? If you got this through a reader feed, would you please post a comment saying which reader you use (Google? Bloglines? Something else?) and whether you subscribed to the new site feed using the little “Feed on Posts” button at the top right of the screen, or manually readjusted your readers?

Thanks for your help– a few of your fellow readers have reported problems with the new site’s feed.


24 thoughts on “Testing reader posting– feedback, please!

  1. Reluctant Blogger

    I got it on Google Reader and I have not adjusted anything. I subscribed a week or so ago and have not changed anything – just clicked on the blue button on the url code bit in Firefox to subscribe.

    Reluctant Bloggers last blog post..Serendipity

  2. LawyerChick

    I use Google Reader – it took a while since I was previously subscribed to your wordpress site. I think I had to click on “feed” and then copy the url and paste it in and delete the old wordpress feed, or something like that. It wasn’t easy, but it was doable. (Can’t remember if I was on MS Exploder on my work PC or Safari on my mac)

    (the things I do for you… sheesh!) πŸ™‚

  3. Jenn @ Juggling Life

    I’ve been so busy I didn’t realize that I hadn’t seen you in my GoogleReader for a while–and I’d added the new url. I re-added it and it’s definitely not working—it says no new posts. I guess I have some BLC catching up to do!

    Jenn @ Juggling Lifes last blog post..Jacaranda

  4. Kaza

    My feed (in Google Reader) isn’t accessing the new site, and I can’t figure out how to access this one. I also just changed your url to this one in my Blogger Blog List (the new one where it captures your latest post), and it automatically connected to the old WordPress feed.

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