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Looking forward to another 3K+ days @ the new site. Congrats, Mike. (And just when your links started working for me again.)


So where do we look for you? I've bounced around the site there for 10-15 minutes, but don't see anything... will you just be a post (everyday) in the comic strips feed section?

Bill Williamson

I found you on the new site first try and I hope you will be as easy to find tomorrow. I will persevere if you are a little harder to find than a link on m bookmarks bar. I like what you say and how you say it. I hope you like your new home.


Re-doing settings as soon as I finish typing. Wouldn't want to miss out on CSotD!

Abbot of Unreason

Is there a way for the new place to feed rss?

Mike Peterson

Headline will always start CSotD and I'll ask about RSS feed, but you'd have to take the whole site's feed and not just mine.

The whole site is quite interesting, mind you, and worth scrolling through to see what's new.

Brian Fies

Wonderful! Best for you is probably not having to mess with the website maintenance stuff anymore. I look forward to reading you every morning over yonder.

They should have a CSOTD header at top, or at least in the pull-down "See All Topics" menu. Talk to DD or John Glynn about that.....

Enjoy your regular and surely immense income stream!

Kip W

This is what happens when I step away from the computer briefly. Everybody changes their URL. See you on the other side.

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