A drizzle of information Thursday February 15, 2007, 0 comments

Hey all, just a quick post to let you know some of the changes that have been going on behind the scenes around here.

First and foremost, I’ve finally launched an information website for my sailboat. The Alberg 29 seems to be a rare and mystical beast when it comes to online information – the unicorn of ‘net boats indeed. So, I’ve launched www.twentynine.ca in hopes of finding all those other Alberg 29 owners out there and building some sort of knowledge base for those looking for information on one of the best of production boats.

In addition to twentynine.ca, I’ve made a subtle change to rain. Please note that the address for the RSS feed has changed. It can now be found here.

The reason for the change is twofold. First, 9rules was having trouble with the standard textpattern feed and some funky encoding issues. Second, feedburner gives me a saucy, sexy little graph that lets me track RSS subscriptions.

I’d be most grateful if you’d update your feed readers to the new address.

Thanks to all of you for your continued support and encouragement.


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