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Website Goes the "Weblog Way"

Stephen C. Carlson announces on his blog that his very useful (<-- my words!) Synoptic Problem Home Page is changing its name and location. The remodeled and updated Synoptic Problem Website is powered by Blogger, which means, among other things, than anyone can subscribe to its site feed and read it with an online aggregator like Bloglines.

Looks good! This is another example of the recent trend to blend "traditional" websites with blogs. This phenomenon seems to blur the differences between both approaches. Maybe from now on we'll need some new term to refer to this "hybrid" kind of sites. Suggestions are welcome.


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