Have you enjoyed Is there a God? enough to want to read more?
Things change on the web all the time, especially on blogs. Sometimes we intend to keep up with a blog but forget. There are several ways to you can keep up with new posts …..
If you enter your email address below and click on the ‘Subscribe’ button, an email will be sent to you every time a new post appears. The email will include a link to take you straight to the blog.
You can also subscribe to comments on any individual post by entering your email at the bottom of the page.
If you want to unsubscribe, wait until you receive the next email notification and there is an unsubscribe link there.
(I’m sorry, but this is the only way at present, but I am working on being able to unsubscribe from this page.)
You can also subscribe to this blog via a feed reader. Feed readers are software that can access a file produced by Is there a God? blog that shows all blog posts as they appear. They can then notify you when a new blog is posted. This means you can have quick access to your favourite blogs on one page of the feed reader.
To set up the feed, go to this blog’s feed and copy the URL into your reader. (The page will look ugly – just a mass of text – but the feed will be rendered in a readable way by your reader.)
There are many feed readers, some online and some you can download onto your own computer. I use Vienna (a desktop reader for Mac). Other popular readers are Feedly, Inoreader, Newsblur and FeedDemon.
There is a ‘Is there a God?’ page on Facebook. If you ‘like’ that page, you will get a notification in your Facebook news feed every time I write on the Is there a God? wall. Since I notify when I make most new posts, you’ll keep up to date that way.
It occurs to me that I don’t even know what an RSS feed is. And I don’t know what tcgenolohy Google Reader uses. What I do know is that I can see new posts to the site using Google Reader. And I know that Google Reader installs nicely on my iGoogle page. I also know that there is a feed directory at my site where it looks like there is RSS information. And there is a comments/feed directory that seems to have RSS information for all the comments. Google Reader handles this, as well.
It is all a bit confusing, I agree, but if your Google reader is working, then you should be fine.