dbmini will be moving

Not today or tomorrow, but in the next 30 days I’m going to making some changes to my sites, dbmini included. If you are interested in the hows and whys, you can read about them here.

When the final switch does take place, I will be sure to let everyone know. For those of you that follow along with that wacky RSS everyone keeps talking about, would you be so kind as to update your feed to this (copy and paste the link).

While dbmini is moving, it won’t be going away anytime soon. I will be copying everything to it’s new home and leaving this behind as a permanent archive. Again, follow the link above for the hows and whys.

If you are interested in following along with the process, follow the link above.

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6 Comments

  1. don’t you worry Eric, it’s coming too.

    _eventhough it looks like you might have bookmarked it_ ;) hehe

  2. Interesting that the author tag “over here” is DB & Todd … is ToddsMods going to vanish and get merged in here, also?

    My immediate reaction to the new screen was “eek” at the bold blue across the top, but after stepping back, the format is clean – and I’m sure still under re-work by you … have fun with all the work you’re doing “underneath” :)

  3. >Interesting that the author tag “over here” is DB & Todd … is ToddsMods going to vanish and get merged in here, also?

    Huh? I don’t see Toddsmods anywhere on this page. Is it showing up in the feed? Because it shouldn’t be. That’s really weird. Besides, why would I want to host toddsmods? he never posts ;)

    And there probably won’t be a redesign for the most part. Just a little bit of new navigation.

  4. Thanks Ian! I guess I should have looked at the feed closer. That’s remnants from when the podcast was here.

    I’ve corrected it and it should update in the next day or two.

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