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    Default Old school - Is this possible?

    I'd like to know when jonnyGURU publishes a new review.

    I got into microcomputers (as we called them then) in 1982, when to only way to get information was through BBS's. You can imagine how liberating I found the Internet, which I have used since 1996. I don't understand what RSS feeds are. Unless something comes into Outlook or into my Yahoo mail account, I'm not going to see it. I won't be looking at some page (if I am going to go to that much trouble, I'll go to the home page). And I stay off Fecalbook. And I know there are other new things out there I have ignored.

    So, is there a way I can know that a new review has been published here? Or do I just check the home page periodically?
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    We generally try to publish one a week, but that all depends on the supply of test subjects. If Jeremy's pile dwindles down to only a few samples he will skip a week here or there. Jeremy normally posts comments on our facebook page sometime during the week ahead of a review with a bit of a spoiler hinting at what's to come the following Monday morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazz View Post
    We generally try to publish one a week, but that all depends on the supply of test subjects. If Jeremy's pile dwindles down to only a few samples he will skip a week here or there. Jeremy normally posts comments on our facebook page sometime during the week ahead of a review with a bit of a spoiler hinting at what's to come the following Monday morning.
    Yes indeed. And sometimes, as in the past week, he seems to get two in.

    I was just wondering if some of these new gidgets would allow me to get word, and only then poke in. <sigh> I guess not.
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    NP, I'm not sure what's available these days.

    I've been struggling just trying to keep Wolfy in reviews while dealing with stuff on the home front. I definitely need to give the site some love, hell even a few reviews need some.

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