For a long time my RSS feed has only displayed thumbnails of each comic image. This has been immensely frustrating for me since I want my readers to be able to subscribe to my RSS feed and be able to read my comic directly from the feed if they so desire. I'm happy to report that I think I've fixed the problem: once again, if you subscribe to my RSS feed, you'll be able to view each comic at its full size as it's published.
If you find any problems with the feed please report them here.
The RSS Feed is currently down... that's what I get for trying to fix it!
So FLOSS was a lot of fun. It was crowded -- there were six people in the broadcast, three hosts and three guests -- so there were a lot of things that could have been covered that weren't. I don't think I made a fool of myself on the air (for the most part) but I'll have to wait until the podcast is released on Saturday to find out. I did unintentionally insult a reader and insult fan fiction in general when I told a story about someone asking permission to use Binky in a fanfic: I said that I told the reader he/she was free to do so but I didn't want to know anything about it, implying that fan fiction was distasteful (something I don't believe). What I meant to say was that I didn't want to know anything about it if it wound up being slashfic: I don't know how that would work, but I'm sure someone, somewhere would be willing to give it a shot, and I find the thought vaguely disturbing.
Other than that there were things I wanted to say but simply didn't have time to. I may actually write about them instead, if they wind up interesting me enough. We'll see.
If you're interested in viewing the live broadcast of the episode of FLOSS I'm going to be participating in, head on over to TWiT Live around 4:30pm EST, 1:30pm PST... I guess around 8:30pm GMT (if we're still factoring in daylight savings time over there) or 9:30pm GMT (if we're not). If you're not interested in the video feed then the podcast will released sometime on Saturday over here.
So, as previously mentioned on the site...
I'm going to be participating in the FLOSS Weekly Podcast on Wednesday the 19th. FLOSS stands for "Free Libre Open Source Software," and each week hosts Randal Schwartz and Leo Laporte interview people involved in the development of Free and Open Source Software.
Well, almost each week. This week they've decided to do something a little different and interview some webcartoonists instead.