Friday: Flux and Feeds

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Bo, my intrepid buddy in the web department here, needed an invalid item for testing purposes. So we created one:

Flux Capacitor

We try to keep things light and fun around here as we work through rigorous tests, bug fixes, and error corrections.

And I finally got a pet project of mine going. I'm working on making it possible to subscribe to Sonlight's major email content via RSS. That way you can have everything in your RSS reader instead of your inbox.


Oh, yes.

So, please, check out the Sonlight Feeds page. Remember, this is still really early--beta, if you will--so there may be some issues. Please let me know if you have any, or if you think of anything I can do to make it even better. More options are coming soon, but for now you can "click on Ms. Sarita's newsletter" and get it via RSS.

Until Monday!

 ~Luke Holzmann
Filmmaker, Writer, Expectant Father

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  1. Shauna

    I thought it was a Frozen Donkey Wheel that made time travel possible!

  2. feebeeglee

    No, silly! It's the TARDIS!

    And also, yay RSS! I have a tendency to let my eyes slide off the screen in email, whereas I will read it all in Google Reader. Thanks bunches!

  3. Sheri

    Hi Luke-say does SL have a widget one could put on their webpage with a direct link to SL? If so, please let me know where to go to get it...wanna have that on my blogs. Blessings!

  4. Butter

    LOL But now The Jonas Brothers' Year 3000 is running through my head. Good thing I like the song.

  5. Luke

    Shauna, no, the Frozen Donkey Wheel only displaces you and causes you to "skip" through time; inflicting everyone in the area with nosebleeds, headaches, and ultimately death if not corrected by a guy with a compound fracture in his leg <smile>.

    Feebeeglee, TARDIS does seem a tad more stable, and doesn't require as much juice <smile>. And I'm glad you like RSS. I have similar feelings <smile>.

    Sheri, Sonlight does have such a widget! Head on over to our Widgets page, click the box indicating you agree to our Restrictions of Use of Code, and copy and paste away <smile>. If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions for other options, let me know! I'm always happy to hear of ways I can try to help.

    Butter, I haven't really listened to the Jonas Brothers at all. But now I've listened to that one. Thanks for the encouragement to get a little more popular culture experience. <smile> Too bad it took them over a thousand years to get popular <laughing>.