Here’s a little reminder for you, if you’re still getting your Polka Dot Cottage fix through Google Reader: you have less than two weeks to switch over to something else! Yep. So, if you’ve been dragging your heels, I encourage you to take a few minutes and figure out a plan. A few months ago, […]Read More: Don’t forget!
Ok, so the wailing and gnashing of teeth over Google Reader’s impending demise has subsided. Now what? This handy guide gives you 8 options for following Polka Dot Cottage (and other blogs you like, too!) so you can say goodbye to Google Reader with no regrets.Read More: 8 ways to kiss Google Reader goodbye
Time has gotten away from me this week. I always like to throw at least one post up here in between the blanket-making on Monday and the link-sharing on Friday, and I almost didn’t make it this time. I’ve been busy. I’ve been working on the blanket eBook, buying fabrics for new spring tops, getting […]Read More: Feeding frenzy
Hello, my name is Lisa, and I am subscribed to too many blog feeds. There, I said it. I’m a Google Reader fan, and I’m embarassed to tell you how many feeds I have taking up residence there. Years ago, I adopted a hierarchical structure using labels: The read-me-first category, which contains my five favorite […]Read More: Blog-reading habits
I solved a problem I’ve been having, and I wanted to share. If you’re only here for the sewing, the polymer clay, or the occasional glimpse of boring office guy, you’ll have to come back tomorrow. Today we’re talking Geek Talk 😉 The problem I use Gmail and Calendar through Google Apps for my lisaclarke.net […]Read More: Geek talk: Why I Heart Mozilla
As if I didn’t already have more than enough trouble keeping up with my favorite feeds in Google Reader. Now they are dangling new feeds in front of me to try. Yeah, like I need that. They’ve analyzed my current subscriptions, compared them to other Google Reader users, and come up with a blogs that […]Read More: Oh, Google, what are you trying to do to me?