Posts Tagged ‘Public Service Announcement’

PSA: Where To Find Rock, Paper, Shotgun Around The Web

By RPS on June 23rd, 2014.

Social media.

Rock, Paper, Shotgun is more than just a website. It’s the last line of defense against the humdrum of everyday existence. It’s an ever-expanding collection of wonderful, videogame-y things to help you remember why you love this medium in the first place. It’s sort of a blog, which is a subcategory of website.

It’s also a Facebook page, Twitter account and YouTube channel, which maybe you’d like to follow.

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We Know About The Overzealous Spam Filter

By Quintin Smith on November 16th, 2010.

Stare into the trumpet of tomorrow.
UPDATE: Should be functioning as intended now.

We’re getting some emails from you guys about some of your comments being incorrectly recognised as spam. We’re currently investigating the problem and we’ll be fixing it ASAP. Apologies, gents and gentesses.

EDIT: Please comment as much as normal (or even more than normal) so we can test the new filter. How did you sleep, readers? Did you sleep okay?

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Message to RSS-ites (updated)

By Kieron Gillen on April 8th, 2008.

As those who follow RPS on RSS have been telling us, the feed appears to have changed so only a tiny fragment of the story appears and you have to click through to read it. Many are upset. We understand – we’re upset too. It’s some manner of problem with the new WordPress, it seems. As soon as it gets sorted out, we’ll be turning it back to normal. We thank you for patience, blessed patience, holy patience. Yes. Yes, we do.

Alec-Edit – Okay, the feed’s back to pretty much as it was a few weeks ago. The read more link is showing up even under those posts displayed in full, but hey, one step at a time. Our longer posts – i.e. anything with a Read More thingum – will only display stuff above that Read More in the standard feed, to save clogging up people’s inboxes and readers with our enormo-rants. If, however, you do want complete posts, no matter what the length, there’s now a whole new bonus full-feed that does just that.

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