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Environment

Goodbye Discover, hello NatGeo, please change your links and RSS feeds

By Ed YongDecember 17, 2012 12:47 PM
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And so it ends. I joined Discover on 26th March 2010, and it’s been a fantastic run. But tomorrow, I migrate over to my new habitat at National Geographic, to join Carl Zimmer, Virginia Hughes and Brian Switek in the new Phenomena collective.

Thanks to everyone at Discover for their support during a great run, and I’m sure that the new folks, and the new bloggers like Keith Kloor, will continue the magazine and website’s great legacy.

In the meantime,  I hope that all of you will help me christen my new abode. The site has been built over the last week and the transition should be pretty seamless. All of my old posts have been ported over, as have all the comments bar those of the last few weeks. So, without further ado, here are the important details:

The new URL is: http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/blog/not-exactly-rocket-science/

The new feed is: http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/blog/not-exactly-rocket-science/feed/

Both of these links are not currently working – they’ll go live on tomorrow, Tuesday, probably at 9am ET.

Blog transitions are always annoying things, and there's always a proportion of readers who get lost in the jump. If you've enjoyed what I've written here, could you please help by drumming up some interest in these first days and weeks. Update bookmarks and feeds, tell your friends and family... anything you feel happy to do. It's all appreciated.

See you there.

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