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Out with the old (RSS feed)

 •  • by Paul Ingraham

Weekly nuggets of pain science news and insight, usually 100-300 words, with the occasional longer post. The blog is the “director’s commentary” on the core content of PainScience.com: a library of major articles and books about common painful problems and popular treatments. See the blog archives or updates for the whole site.

Just a bit of blog business here: many subscribers to the PainScience.com RSS feed are still using the feed address from my old domain, SaveYourself.ca. I moved all my content from SaveYourself.ca to PainScience.com in late 2014 (which was quite a debacle). More than three years later, about 70% of subscribers are still subscribed to the old URL, because there’s been no reason to update it: all requests for content from the old domain simply get forwarded to the new one.

But I’ll stop forwarding from the old feed soon. I will post a couple more warnings about it before pulling the trigger, and for a while I’ll keep topping up the old feed with pester posts about the new address. But it’s definitely doomed, so please do update your feed subscription URL. Thanks!

OLD:

http://SaveYourself.ca/rss.xml

NEW:

https://www.PainScience.com/rss.xml

As long as I’m talking about RSS feeds, I’ll take this opportunity to plug FeedBin, a high quality RSS reader/service that I really like, Some people think traditional blogging and web content is dying, suffocated by Facebook and Twitter, but it’s still alive and well for me … in Feedbin! It’s $5/month, which I think is completely worthwhile. Feedbin: “a nice place to read on the web.”

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