(Click on the image above to read why this might spell the end of “Achievable Layouts” and other blogs I write…)
This is good news…
Like many of my readers, I’m a big fan of the work that Lance Mindheim has been doing to encourage hobbyists to build what I call “achievable layouts”. I’ve always been frustrated, though, that Lance’s website and it’s always thought-provoking blog 1) was not searchable and 2) did not support RSS or other means of automatically notifying me when he’d posted a new entry.
Apparently, I’m not alone: As Lance notes in a post from last week, he’s in the process of addressing these by migrating this website engine over to something that includes a WordPress blog (the same blogging engine I use here).
The RSS feed does not yet appear to be active. But I will post an update as part of this post when it is.
I know Lance will be pleased by the change, particularly the ability for readers to follow his blog. I have two following options on this blog and I’m flattered by the number of people who use it to keep tabs on what I’m doing.
I’ve had a number of new hits on this blog in recent days. I hope you enjoy looking around.
If you like what you see, be sure to read about how to follow this blog. That way, you’ll always know when I post something here.
And if you don’t know about the blog I write about my own layout, here’s the link:
Port Rowan in S Scale