1. Latest BikeGremlin news
2022, July 27th
This website (and all the other BikeGremlin websites) has been removed from the Bing search engine!
DuckDuckGo, Yahoo, and Amazon’s Alexa all use the same, Bing’s, search engine – so it’s gone from there too.
I did some Googling and it seems like my website isn’t the only one affected. So, for good search results, it seems like we’re stuck with Google. Google (and Yandex for that matter) work normally. Full report of the problem:
2022, July 8th
Currently, I’m having some email-related problems.
Any comment and article subscription notifications or confirmations will not work until it’s fixed.
First time I’ve seen MXroute have hiccups since I started using the service in 2018.
Hope it gets resolved by Monday.
UPDATE, same day:
The problem has been resolved, within a few hours.
2. BikeGremlin newsletter discontinued
I find most email newsletters spammy. That’s why, since the BikeGremlin’s start in 2015, I’ve only sent a couple of them, ever.
Besides, BikeGremlin was never intended as a “hot news” website, more like an evergreen encyclopaedia. The website’s search has been improved. You are welcome anytime to come and look for the information that interests you:
I’ll keep a list of the 10 last-published articles on this page. And if there’s any breaking news from the IT industry that I think are worthwhile sharing, I’ll just post them here.
This is for the best. I see no point in bothering people with click-bait news, or with emails saying “hey, I’ve got a new article on this and that topic.” When you’re interested, and looking for some info, just hop by – I’m working hard on making this website stable, secure and easy to reach from all around the globe.
Thank you for your understanding,
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