Story Archaeology

Uncovering the layers of Irish Mythology through a regular podcast and related articles

Attention Subscribers! We’re moving…

Dear subscribers, listeners, readers, followers, commentators and hangers-on…

 

You may have noticed a seeming silence from the Story Archaeologists for the last wee while. There are several reasons for this: Chris is exploring a 10,000 year old city in Turkey, Isolde has started rehearsals for her play, and we’re getting ready to move our site onto new hosting.

The Big Changeoever will happen between the 29th April and the 1st May. Our web address will still be storyarchaeology.com, but there may be some changes affecting how you get our updates.  To test this, we will put up a post on 1st May. If this doesn’t come through via your usual subscription, you may have to re-subscribe.

  • If you subscribe via iTunes, there shouldn’t be any changes to your subscription. In fact, it was recent problems with our iTunes feed that woke us up to the need for the change. Thanks to our listeners who brought our attention to this!
  • If you get updates via e-mail, you may need to re-subscribe after the 1st May. We’re not sure yet how this will work, so please bear with us while we figure it out! However, if you experience problems after re-subscribing, please get in touch to let us know – we may not find the problem otherwise! Our e-mail will still be StoryArchaeologists[at]GMail[dot]com
  • If you “Follow” us via WordPress, you may or may not need to re-subscribe after the 1st May. We’re moving our hosting, but we’ll still be using WordPress. Again, we just don’t know whether you will automatically keep following us.

We hope this doesn’t cause too much disruption, but we feel it will be worth it in the long run! As we said, you should get a post on the 1st May, and if it doesn’t come through, you may need to visit StoryArchaeology.com and re-subscribe.  If you’re still experiencing problems after that, please, please please get in touch! It was thanks to listener feedback that we finally worked out the problems with the iTunes feed, so it’s really important that you let us know of any problems.

 

Deep breath, here goes! See you on the flipside…

Isolde and Chris

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