We’re planning to make several changes to the OUPblog this year to improve the site and your reading experience. Some of the first changes will be taking place over the next couple weeks.
We will change some of our navigation and categorization on the blog based on reader behavior: deleting, adding, shifting, and renaming several categories. For example, our current ‘dictionaries’ category will be renamed ‘language’ and sub-categories will better reflect the full range of our language publishing from lexicography to linguistics.
We will also migrate away from Feedburner, which currently delivers our RSS and email, to a new service. Feedburner has been unreliable and we believe Google is getting ready to shut down this service after they shut down Google Reader on 1 July 2013. If all goes well, your email and RSS notifications will not change. If not, please check back here and re-subscribe.
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We know a few of the problems the site is experiencing and have great plans for improving it over the coming months. We of course welcome your feedback too and appreciate any comments that can be left in the box below.
Thank you for your loyal readership,