New feed for the DNA Network

Some of you may have noticed that the RSS feed for the DNA Network has been down for quite some time. Hsien-Hsien Li from Eye on DNA has come up with a work-around.

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Is it just me, or is the new feed not working either?

By Andro Hsu (not verified) on 21 Jan 2009 #permalink

Seems to be working for me at the moment - but either way, I gather there is a new site and feed on its way that should resolve these issues.