The solution was to switch the autoposting to a new service and that seems to work just fine. You can tell the difference, by the way, because Feedburner used the google name in the shortened URL, while the new autoposter uses bit.ly.
SRBP has used Google's Feedburner service to autopost the morning offering. That worked fine until this weekend. Maybe it had something to do with the Twitter feed I installed on the blog on Sunday. Maybe. But it doesn't matter. Feedburner is history for Twitter.
SRBP will continue to use Feedburner to support the folks who get the morning post in their email inbox but for other services, SRBP now uses Twitterfeed.
Hopefully, that fixes the problem. Sorry for any inconvenience.
As a reminder, for the next couple of days we'll be looking at Churchill Falls (Tuesday) and the reaction to the 1969 contract (including Muskrat Falls) on Wednesday.
At some point in September, we'll also take a revised look at Newfoundland "nationalism." That one has been brewing for quite a while but the Churchill Falls story is a good way to lead into it.
Also coming this month:
- new installments in the Zero-Based Governing mini-series,
- an overview of the phases of Newfoundland economic development,
- Dwight Ball and the "we are learning" philosophy,
- some observations on the politics of salvation,
- the provincial government's role in the economy, and,
- access to information under the 2015 law... how are things going?
- plus a few other juicy morsels as we head toward the Bond-iversary on January 3. 12 years coming up.