Early in April of 2014, many email domains (Yahoo, att.net, etc.) began imposing a stricter email validation policy that unfortunately breaks the usual workflow on legitimate mailing lists such as ours.

This is a tricky problem because we essentially have no way to control or circumvent such measures. 

There are two ways to approach this issue if your email domain has changed its parameters and you're no longer receiving emails. You can open up a new email account with Gmail or some other unaltered email domain, or you can sign up for an RSS feed. The second option might be the easiest and least frustrating way as RSS feeds can be quite handy once you get the hang of them.

In case you aren't familiar with them, an RSS filters live web feeds directly to your computer. RSS takes the latest headlines from different web sites, and pushes those headlines down to your computer for quick scanning. It's a good way to get your daily dose of Internet without a lot of the leg work.


Here is an article that explains the issue with the email domains:



And here is one that will help you set up an RSS feed:



Finally, here is the list of all of our RSS feeds so you can sign up for the ones you like:


Here are some other readers that are supported by Feedburner:

Subscribe with FeedlySubscribe with BloglinesAdd to netvibes 
Subscribe with SubToMe

As for the daily emails, you will begin receiving them again as soon as the issue is remedied because you are already signed up.