There’s a lot of activity for myITforum.com in the background. We’re making some long needed changes and as we are progressing, there will be minor adjustments to things that you’ll need to be aware of to continue to receive all of the great information that is developed and passed along from the site.
A couple of RSS Feeds have been updated on the site. If you are currently grabbing a couple older feeds for Articles and Downloads, you’ll want to update your RSS Feed references with the following updates.
New Articles feed: http://www.myitforum.com/absolutenm/rss.aspx?z=87
New Downloads feed: http://www.myitforum.com/absolutenm/rss.aspx?z=107
As always, you can find our RSS Feed links on the following reference page:
This OPML file contains the latest RSS feeds for the Configuration Manager 2007 forums on Microsoft's TechNet social site. If you have RSS feeds prior to December 8, 2008, you'll need this, as the Microsoft forums were migrated during this time period to the new platform.
I just realized that Paint.net has a blog:
If you use this awesome graphics alternative, you should watch the blog to read about the upcoming 4.0 release.
RSS Feed: http://blog.getpaint.net/feed/
Nice little guide to how Windows manages and parses RSS feeds:
myITforum.com provides the ability for both those seeking employment and those seeking employees to post freely on the myITforum.com web site. We feel this is never something that we should charge for like some sites. Through this feature we have successfully connected hundreds of employees with employers.
When a job listing or job request is posted it becomes available in our RSS streams, so folks can see immediately open jobs and available candidates.
Here’s the RSS Feed: myITforum.com Job Postings and Requests
And, in the event you don’t have access to a RSS reader, but have access to email, we also have a jobs discussion and announcement email list. You can subscribe using this link:
And, if you want to grab any of our popular feeds, you can do that here:
Did you know that myITforum.com has 165 bloggers using its blogging service, providing content on various topics?
Take a look at the blogger list and find a blogger that suits your areas of interest…
Or…just subscribe to the main blog feed and capture them all in a single myITforum.com RSS stream:
Hmmm…this I didn’t expect. When you add a web slice to IE8, it also adds a new feed to MS Outlook (if you are using Outlook to read RSS feeds).
It also appears (and, I’m double-checking this) that installing IE8 also changes the update frequency of your feeds in Outlook. If so, that’s not good.
Can anyone else confirm this?
After installing IE8 Beta 2, I receive a similar message as show below on each and every link inside a RSS feed in Microsoft Outlook.
After a quick test, this error seems to be caused by Maxthon running as the default browser. When I use IE8 as the default browser, there are no error messages.
Microsoft has put together a directory of blogs that are maintained by the product teams: