Errorik blog entries now available via RSS
Previously I only supplied my Notable URLs in a tasty RSS feed, but now I have decided to make the regular blog entries available via RSS too.
If you don't even know what RSS is, Wikipedia has an in-depth overview, but to put it simple it's a standardized XML format for sending data, especially tailored for news, blog content, and other writings.
There are many RSS readers, some are even free. You might have an RSS reader and not even know it. Do you use Firefox? It has an RSS reader in it via a feature called Live Bookmarks (nicknamed Livemarks) - you should read this page on how to use Live Bookmarks (it's really simple, click on the orange icon in the bottom right corner of your browser and you can create a Live Bookmark of one of my RSS feeds (I like my Notable URLs feed)).
If you use Mozilla Thunderbird as your e-mail client you also have another more powerful RSS reader. Mozillazine.org has a nice wiki article on how to use Thungerbird's RSS News & Blogs feature.
So now you have no excuse to not be using RSS.