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Daily E-Mail Updates Now Available

Thanks to the wizards and code monkeys at EdWeek.org, you can now get DAILY email updates of whatever's new on this blog. Just sign up in the new yellow box just under my picture. It's not quite the same as making it your homepage or checking it obsessively (I know who you are), but it's a big set up from the weekly email summary or the occasional glance. I encourage it as a time-saving convenience. Never miss a brilliant post again!

Is there - or will there be - any difference between the e-mail version and a full RSS feed? I currently receive all the EdWeek blogs via RSS and try to keep signups to a minimum. Thanks in advance.

good question --
if you're already set up with RSS, you don't need this daily thing. however, most folks aren't doing RSS yet (they should) and so this is a simple way for them to get more frequent updates than the weekly email.

Thanks for the response, Alexander.

I try to spread the word about RSS as often as possible. It has transformed my ability to consume and process information. I think we just need to give it a couple more years.

Since we're on the topic of RSS, can I suggest that a "subscribe to comments" feature appear in the future?

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