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Posted by Andrew on 2 October 2014, 7:07 pm

Our RSS feed is now directly accessible via andrewgelman.com/feed – no need to go through feedburner. You need to resubscribe to the feed.

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“This feed from andrewgelman.com couldn’t be loaded right now. You can try again, but if it still does not work you may wish to remove this feed.”

Working now.

You’ve included the hyperlink without `http://` in the `href`, hence the link text “andrewgelman.com/feed” has ultimately a href of “http://gelmanstatdev.wpengine.com/2014/10/02/rss-move/andrewgelman.com/feed” because of the missing “http://”.

Sadly, those able to read this entry may not be the same as those who need this entry…!

Indeed, it’s an unpleasant paradox.