I wanted to give you an update on the Nested Universe blog, and where I would like to take it over the coming weeks and months.
It is my intent to provide the most valuable content that I can on the topics of cosmology, physics, artificial intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, metaphysics and philosophy. I strongly believe that it is important to thoroughly research each article as much as possible, in order to avoid inaccuracies and present a balanced view, with verifiable sources.
Until now, I have mainly promoted this site through a network of friends and acquaintances that have expressed an interest in receiving this information. I would like to personally thank those people (you're probably one of them if you are reading this article right now) for their support, and for the valuable feedback I have received. It is greatly appreciated. The readership of this site is growing at a rate that is faster than I thought it would, and that has sparked my interest in writing even more.
Since I detest email spam as much as anyone else, I will shortly discontinue sending email updates to anyone unless they have expressed a desire to continue receiving them. Instead, I would like to point out several options that you have to subscribe to the content on this blog. First, you can simply bookmark the main site, nesteduniverse.net and return to it as often as you'd like. If you prefer to receive an email update anytime a new article is posted, or if you have been bitten by the RSS bug and would like to add this site as a feed to your news reader, their are links at the top of this site which allow you to choose either one of those options. I personally like Google's reader since it integrates so well with my Gmail account and other services that I use, but there are quite a number of news readers that you can choose from.
My future plans include moving this site to a commercial blog service. Although Google's blogger service that I am using right now is fantastic to get started for free, I believe their are a number of services such as TypePad that provide additional functionality that I will be looking to add in the near future such as better support for podcasting.
Again, thank you for your support!