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The blog of Andy Ihnatko, intermittently-beloved technology journalist.

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By: Ihnatko

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 16:35:22 +0000

Different perspectives are always of value, Dan. Thanks.

By: Dan

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 08:30:32 +0000

Oh okay. If i get what you mean... What i've got goin is... my native WP feed entered in feedburner, and then the subsequent FB link is what i've put on my WP installation, where i have my RSS blog link. So every subscriber to the feed is monitored by feedburner. Is that of any value? Or relevance?

By: Ihnatko

Wed, 17 Oct 2007 18:50:16 +0000

Oh, it's working... just not the way I expected. But now it seems as though there are two RSS feeds from the blog (the native one and the one that's managed by FeedBurner. Which seems like the worst of three possible outcomes. If I have one set of feeds managed by WP or one set of feeds managed by FB, that's fine, but crimeny, having two groups of subscribers seems like a recipe for nothing good...

By: Dan

Wed, 17 Oct 2007 05:34:12 +0000

Hmm. I had no problem (as a Wordpress newbie) adding my wordpresses feed to feedburner. I too used the feedburner plugin, but that became redundant it seems. It helped me find my RSS links, but once i knew them, i didn't need the plugin. My RSS feed i put into feedburner was What's the strange-ish /index.php/ stuff you got goin on there? Further more, i wanted to only feedburn one category and somewhere i found this was the rss feed for my "podcast" category. Magic. Anywho, obviously i know not much more about this than my mum would, but i like how ya site is shaping up and couldn't resist commenting one of your posts! It's just like seeing wet concrete on a footpath - ya just gotta put your mark on it.