Filed under: Site Updates
It's a beautiful morning, and here in Boston we'll finally be reaching an exquisite 51 degrees for today's high. (Just enough to melt the ice that I have been too lazy to shovel from the patio).
The first day of the new Publius was very successful, with almost every kink worked out. We've also added some new features which you, the readers, may find very useful for keeping up to date on what goes on here. Today is a good day.
First of all, below every post you will see an updated social bookmarking toolbar that includes today's most popular sites. You can use it to save and share all of your favorite posts and articles!
Second, we have rerouted the RSS/Atom feed through Feedburner, which makes it look a lot better and is allowing us to add a lot of new features to the feed. I like RSS feeds and encourage them very much, so I've made sure that the full posts can be viewed with them. They will also provide a daily roundup of the links posted to "Democracy News" for your convenience. Sound too good to be true? Then you definitely need to check out the Syndication column on the right and subscribe!We have a lot of great content for you as well if you're viewing the site with your browser. Scroll down to see all of the latest commentary. Also, check on the right hand side to see our latest longer, more insightful articles. You will also find the Democracy News feed. Here is a sample of the articles written since yesterday:
- When you hire a Truthteller... (Colombia & Venezuela)
- Is Russia coming apart at the seams? (Russia)
- The Middle East's new democratic model (Mauritania)
Feel free to leave feedback. What would you like to know our thoughts on? What would make your browsing experience more pleasurable and intellectually stimulating?