Stephen Devine, Curator of New Media, pointed out that the skeleton of a knight had been discovered underneath a car park in Edinburgh. It reminded me of the cartoon in one of the newspapers when the Richard the III story broke last month.
It showed a man paying for a car park ticket. The different rates were advertised on a Leicester City Council ‘Pay and Display’. Short Stay was defined as up to two hours. Long Stay was defined as ‘upto 500 years’!
In this most recent case perhaps the cartoon could be re-run with the rates shown as ‘over-knight’…
Joking aside, some of you may keep up with this and other blogs using RSS feeds. For those of you who don’t but would like to know more there’s information here : http://www.digitaltrends.com/how-to/how-to-use-rss/
In basic terms these are links using RSS to subscribe to a site or blog to make sure you become aware of new content.
The reason I mention this is that Stephen Devine tells me Google are killing off one of their services – Google Reader.
We don’t want any of our readers missing out on new posts so if you do use Google Reader here’s a link to some alternatives that you may find useful;