After a hiatus of several years, I’m back at blogging again, courtesy of Ulrik Sandborg-Petersen, who is providing the hosting services. Thanks, Ulrik!
I hope you enjoy exploring this site. Please be patience as I continue to experiment and tweak the WordPress software. I’m still exploring the best way to present the blog and its resources. The learning curve is steep; even more, I’m still learning about how to communicate myself and my ideas.
The best way to follow me is to use an RSS aggregator; my personal favorite is Feedly, but there are many others. The advantage of an aggregator is that you don’t have to remember to visit the site. Just review the “latest” in your feeds, and if there’s something new on the Empirical Humanist, it’ll show up. I monitor dozens of blogs and news sites for all sorts of subjects. There’s no easier way to keep up with what’s going on.
At the top menu, you’ll find a link that you can copy (right click and copy) the URL; if you click on the URL, you get the raw RSS feed, probably not what you want!): https://blogs.emdros.org/eh/?feed=rss. Paste the URL into the aggregator’s feed list and you’re good to go.