1. Note to ‘My Yahoo’ Subscribers

    Those of you who follow Money Musings via My Yahoo should know that, for whatever reason, Yahoo hasn’t retrieved this blog’s feed in several weeks. (As of this writing, it still shows my latest post to have been on October 19.)

    I don’t know if Yahoo’s feed API is broken, or what. I’m a My Yahoo user myself, and clicking REFRESH under Money Musings’ feed OPTIONS does nothing. I do most of my feed-reading in Google Reader, though, and it’s updating just fine.

    I would kindly request that readers please check your feed-reader URL for Money Musings and, if it doesn’t already do so, please make it point to my current feed URL. I should add that you’ll certainly want to do this if the feed URL you’re following has “feedburner.com” in the domain, as I’m going to nix that feed shortly.

    And users of My Yahoo might wish to do what I did quite a while back — which is to find a better and more stable feed-reading service! (As mentioned above, I’m a Google Reader fan.)

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  2. 3 Responses to "Note to ‘My Yahoo’ Subscribers" ...

    1. On November 2, 2010 @ 1:31 pm,
      John wrote:

      I re-added the feed to my My Yahoo and compared the two urls. They were different, so Yahoo didn’t update apparently. It seems to be working fine on the new feed.



    2. On November 9, 2010 @ 10:40 am,
      Travis@ Plain Money Talk wrote:

      I have the same thing. I even contacted Yahoo! about it. They said yep it’s not updating and that’s about as far as it went. This is happening on multiple feeds. The problem for me is that I really like the layout on MyYahoo! especially with the e-mail aggregator app. I’m looking into others but alas haven’t found one I like.



    3. On November 9, 2010 @ 9:50 pm,
      Michael wrote:

      Egads, it’s maddening. I’ve seen other bloggers/webmasters comment, on various message boards, that they’re seeing the same thing. Wish I had an answer, but …



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