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Find Out About New Posts -- Without Coming Here

By Alexander Russo — January 30, 2007 1 min read

Let’s be honest -- it’s a pain to come back here all the time. You don’t want to miss the latest scoop, education headlines, silliness, or banter -- but unlike me you’ve got real work to do.

So this is how to avoid ever having to come back here again to check for new stuff: You can sign up for a free weekly email in the little box to the right under my picture, and get the week’s best posts in your email inbox Sunday nights. Or, you can get nearly instant updates by hitting the orange “Get RSS” box to the right for emails whenever something new gets posted (hopefully not by accident).

It takes a couple of clicks, but you can even set it up to send updates to your email. Via Internet Explorer, or Firefox, or a personalized Yahoo page, or Google Reader, a feed reader like Bloglines, NetNewsWire Lit, or Sharpreader.

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