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Google News – Update
Google has changed around their rss feed – it is now fixed. A huge thanks to Eugene Gorelikov who we found through Upworks. Eugene has, once again, gone way above and beyond to help us out when it was most needed. Can’t speak highly enough of this guy and his ability to troubleshoot.
Thank you Eugene!
It looks like Google is working on a new news feed approach. From our perspective thumbnail photos have not been showing up for the last day or so. This happened a couple of days ago but the thumbnails came back up for a while and then disappeared again.
Stay tuned as we wait to see what happens next. The Google news feed is very popular and we hope things stabilize quickly. Your patience is appreciated.
The difficulties persist.
We have not hear back from the developers and the problems keep coming. So, for the time being, subscription by category will not be available. Instead, we will be focusing on getting a newsletter plugin operational.
The subscription plugin will not be retired as some of you have found that it is working.
When and if things change we will update you here. In the meantime if you wish to follow only a specific category you can use the standard RSS feed.
Thanks for your patience and understanding. We’ve appreciated the feedback and suggestions . . .
Some have reported difficulty with the category subscribe option.
Hmmmmm. We are not programmers but have reached out to the authors of the plugin to see if they can help.
If you have any difficulty trying to subscribe please let us know and we will see what we can do to help. Don’t forget to include the email address you wish the new articles to be sent to. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to get this stabilized shortly.
Contact us at [email protected]
We have now added a “category subscribe” option.
This option has been added so you can subscribe specifically to a keyword or phrase – this does NOT subscribe you to receive EVERY post. You may subscribe to as many specific categories as you wish.
*If you do not receive your subscription confirmation email please let us know at [email protected]
We hope you find this increasingly useful to help cut down the incredible volume of “stuff” that we all receive 🙂
InnovationToronto.com is a different web exploration destination
For over 11 years, Innovation Toronto has posted daily selections from the multitude of important research and development announcements published by universities, research institutes and science | technology media from around the world.
Innovation Toronto publishes stories and announcements that, in our opinion, have the potential to change our lives – or, to indicate different approaches or ways of thinking. While focusing as much as possible on opportunities, we do not shy away from the challenges and potential threats from rapid change. Overall, after eleven years of observing, we are cautiously optimistic.
The selections are intended to expand awareness and interest while providing an overview of global innovation and discovery.
We don’t attempt to categorize innovation: our only “filter” is what we pick to highlight in the first place. This site relies on search via keywords and phrases to assist you to find what you are looking for or just to have fun and explore.
We are working backwards through 16,000+ posts to add the latest Google and Bing news to each post. So, regardless of how old the actual post is, you will always have the latest updates on each topic. We hope this makes each visit worthwhile even if the original article is somewhat out-of-date. We appreciate your patience as it is going to take our volunteers some time to get through all of the edits.
Innovation Toronto, via its founder, received The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for Science and Technology. The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal was created in 2012 to mark the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne as Queen of Canada. The Medal honours Canadians (organizations) who have made significant contributions to Canadian society.
Innovation Toronto is made possible by volunteers and contributors from around the world. We thank all of them for their valuable ongoing contributions and insights.