RSS Newsfeeds for this Newsletter

Many readers of this newsletter use RSS newsreaders to quickly and easily find the newer articles. However, this newsletter’s web site was moved to a new and more reliable hosting service a couple of months ago and then was updated to a more modern software package with several new capabilities. (Click here for the details.) However, the address for the RSS newsfeed changed in the process. In fact, there are now TWO RSS newsfeeds for the Standard Edition newsletter: one for the articles and another for comments to those articles posted by readers.

The articles are now available at while the readers’ comments are available at You will want an RSS newsreader to easily read the information available at those addresses.

Keep in mind that it is possible that those addresses may change again in the future if a new update is installed. Should that happen, the following instructions should always work:

1. Go to the newsletter’s home page at

2. Look at the menus along the right edge of the page and scroll way, way down to almost the bottom.

3. You will see two RSS newsfeed links: one for the articles and another for newsletter readers’ comments. Those links should always be up to date.

If you are not yet familiar with the advantages of RSS newsfeeds, you might want to read my earlier article, RSS Feeds Explained, at

Thank you.


I’m having a problem getting the new RSS feed into Windows Live Mail. When I enter the address, I get this error message – is not a valid RSS feed. Any suggestions?


    No suggestions, I am afraid. I don’t use Windows Live Mail and have no idea how it works. I think you need to ask the folks at Microsoft for assistance. The newsfeeds are working for other people.


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