The Signpost has a new feature this week, although you won't notice it if you're simply reading the articles. But a number of people have inquired about getting an RSS feed for The Signpost, and thanks to Alterego we now have one available. Alterego is providing the RSS feed through his website at www.qwikly.com, where he has both the direct RSS feed and the same thing in HTML output. So now you can choose how you want to be alerted when a new issue of The Signpost comes out, either by tracking the page in your watchlist or by using your RSS reader. We're still working on getting the bugs out, so please let us know of any problems.
We also appreciate the people stopping by the newsroom to leave notes about items we might be interested in mentioning. This helps keep us informed on a lot of things we might not know to pursue otherwise. Unfortunately, we haven't been able to cover every item that gets passed on, and regret that there may be interesting news that not everybody hears about. To help with this, we could still use more help from people interested in writing articles for The Signpost. As with the encyclopedia itself, the best way to make sure something gets included is to write about it yourself.