Unsubscribe and resubscribe using the first option (although actually any new subscription should work), which will give you a Feedburner subscription.
Not because of the Feedburner statistics–it’s going to be a long time (if ever) before they’re a meaningful portion of readership–but because you might actually see new posts in a timely manner.
That’s right: The Bloglines problem has recurred, and it ain’t just me.
If you’re wondering whether ACRLog,
and Walking Paper all took brief blogvacations after last Saturday:
Nope. Every one of those blogs has at least one post today. In an informal scan of Bloglines, not one of them shows an update date more recent than 3/10.
They’re all, as it happens, hosted by LISHost (as am I, and in this case the URL makes it pretty obvious).
This is not a LISHost problem, as far as anyone can tell, except in its consequences: That is, LISHost is not to blame. Blake runs a great hosting service, and I’m pleased to have all three of my web presences hosted here.
Bloglines “works on it,” and for a while everything’s OK (and you see big chunks of posts arrive all at once). Then it keels over again–and it seems to keel over for everything from that server at once.
I still like Bloglines better than Google Reader (mostly for the subscriber count, but there you go). And I believe that some feeds that show up in Bloglines aren’t showing up in Google Reader, but I’m not sure of that. Fortunately, it only takes five minutes to do a quick-scroll through 100+ posts at GR after reading (most of) the posts at Bloglines.
It’s infuriating, to be sure. As of right now, my Feedburner feed has seven Bloglines subscribers. My other feed(s) [excluding comment feeds] have 418. Neither one’s a particularly big number, and W.a.R. is a peculiar little blog, but still…