Quote of the Day - The individual choice of garnishment of a burger can be an important point to the consumer in this day when individualism is an increasingly important thing to people.
Hopefully, you've already discovered it and found it helpful. It's our new multi-layered and two-column RSS feed page. There it is, right there in that last link. It's also over there in the black "left nav bar" right next to the orange XML button.
No, it's not a confused shirt size, it's our website feeds. In spades.
To make it easy for you, and taking a tip from the good Professor, you have your choice. You can select MIPTC's Podcast feed, headlines only, headlines and a short summary or full content feeds.
You can also select from a host of news aggregators. Pick your favorite one. If you don't see it listed, let me know and we'll add it.
The whole idea is to make it easy to listen or subscribe to MIPTC or the MIPTC Tech Channel, and also a suggestion for other bloggers to consider.
We've also made some other changes. There's now a Contributors page. It features (or soon will) short biographical sketches and photos of the other writers (my son, Michel Ayer, Michael Geoghegan, who podcasts our Friday movie reviews and Greg Granger, a WLF Senior Associate who posts when lightning strikes him).
You can expect some posts from my son hopefully very soon. He's back at law school in Iowa, finishing up an intersession final and wading through snow to get to class.
For those of you who've asked, we've added a "Printer friendly" button. That allows you to print MIPTC out on a standard American 8 1/2 x 11 page and not have the text run off the page. Not surprisingly, it looks like a printer and it's under each post, just to the left of the permalink (the button that give you the exact URL of each post in case you want to point a friend to a particular post).
We've also added the Trackback feature for other bloggers to link to MIPTC, and likewise encourage me to ping them when I feature other blogger's posts.
Finally, some things have gone missing. Sharks In The Water and How To Get Sued have been taken down. We simply weren't tending to those ancillary blogs, and wanted to focus our attention on MIPTC and the MIPTC Tech Channel.
The Jack London-esque charcoal drawing of me has been taken down, and may appear again buried in the About page some time later. Of all the changes, that's the least important.
Which is why it's buried here, at the bottom.
That registered trademark symbol in the headline? We think that phrase belongs to Burger King. Oh yeah, ® that name, too.