Ex Astris Scientia offers a site update log with all
significant changes and other news in the form of an RSS feed. If you like to
stay informed or like to let other fans know, you have the following
EAS on Twitter, Facebook and Google+
The EAS site news and some other features are available on Twitter
and Facebook. I am
working to bring them to Google+ too.
EAS News in Your Reader
To add the EAS feed to any news reader, simply click the orange RSS
icon or here. Depending on
your browser, you will be prompted whether to add the feed to Live
Bookmarks (Firefox), to the Feeds folder (Internet Explorer), to a stand-alone tool or
to an online service such as Google or Yahoo. If this doesn't work for some
reason, you can still copy & paste the feed URL from your browser's address bar.
Note Using this option, you subscribe directly to the feed as
provided by EAS (RSS 2.0), with no third party involved.
EAS News by E-Mail
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newsletter? Enter your e-mail address below, and you will be notified of the
site updates (about twice a week).
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Sorry for the captcha (I hate them too) that will show up at FeedBurner. After
passing the captcha, you will receive an e-mail with a confirmation link. You
can unsubscribe any time.
EAS News on Your Website
If you have a website or blog, you can display the 10 most recent EAS
Simply copy the HTML snippet in the field below and insert it into the source code of any of your pages.
I have redesigned the EAS index page, getting rid of the nested tables in favor of mobile-friendly divs. Also, I hope that more people find the way to important guide pages such as the Trek Feeds. Finally, after some complaints that the design was too busy I have moved the direct links to sub-index pages to sub-menus that appear when hovering above the section symbols to the right. I am aware that this is a step away from my concept to show as much as possible at a glance, but it really helps to keep the design clean.
I have discovered a secret(!?) RSS feed that allows me to compile a list of recent Disqus comments, without the need hire a department of programmers who can handle APIs. You can find the recent posts on the EAS Today page, so you know what is going on and where to comment.