Welcome!

Hi there, and welcome to the new, somewhat improved, and somewhat dysfunctional “…My Heart’s in Accra”. I’m just moving into the new place, and most of the boxes aren’t even unpacked yet. For one thing, very few of the posts from the Harvard-hosted blog have been moved over here yet – I’m going to work on moving those over in the next couple of weeks. By the end of April, I will stop posting on the Harvard site and redirect the RSS feed and homepage over to this site, though I suspect I’ll keep archived posts there for a while.

I would be very grateful for your help in testing the new blog. Does it render well in your browser, or does it break? Are you able to post comments? Are there features I should attempt to add or subtract? Help me out, folks!

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9 Responses to Welcome!

  1. Sandy says:

    welcome to your new home! This is working fine for me. :)

  2. Betsy says:

    Looks great! But I think the RSS isn’t running, unless I’m doing something wrong.

    :)

  3. johne says:

    If this comment does not appear, you will know that there’s something wrong with your blog’s “Leave a Reply” function.

  4. Ethan says:

    Johne – your comment did appear, which suggests Leave a Reply does function…

    Betsy, try this link for RSS: http://www.ethanzuckerman.com/blog/wp-rss2.php – that seems to work within my aggregator.

  5. Kate says:

    Working as far as I can tell. Bravo!

  6. Martey says:

    In Mozilla Firefox, the comment box is too wide, so it extends past the “content” box. If nobody else is seeing the same problem, it might be because my font settings might be larger than normal.

    In Internet Explorer 6, the menu sidebar at the right displays after everything else. I think IE thinks that there is not enough space on the right for it to fit.

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