Site Stuff: Changes

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As mentioned yesterday, we’re making some changes to the site. First off is its shiny new name: iPad Insight. We officially moved the site to this new domain yesterday. We discovered and fixed a number of big issues relating to the move yesterday; but I’m sure more will crop up over the next few days. Please let us know about any problems you spot in the comments, and we’ll do our best to get them resolved quickly.

Here are some quick things to know about the site move and some upcoming changes:

— There are redirects in place for all posts and pages from the old site, but I hope most of you will bookmark the new site at

— Our RSS feed is the same as it has been – so if you’re already a subscriber you should stay subscribed with no effort on your part. If you’re not subscribed, what are you waiting for? Click this lovely link or the orange RSS icon at the top of the sidebar to make sure our posts make their way into your RSS reader.

— Our Twitter account was renamed yesterday – you can now follow us as @iPadInsightBlog.

— Our Facebook page cannot be renamed, so we’ll create a new one soon and let you know when we do of course.

— We’re going to change a few elements of the site design soon as well. It will not be a huge, revolutionary change, but I hope it will be a smart refresh that will go well with the new site name.

Thanks again for your patience while we’re making changes – and hope you’re enjoying Easter weekend.

Patrick Jordan

Founder and Editor in Chief of iPad Insight. Husband, father to a lovely daughter, Commander of the Armies of the North, dog lover (especially Labs), Austinite, former Londoner, IT consultant, huge sports nut, iPad and mobile tech blogger, mobile apps junkie.

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One thought on “Site Stuff: Changes”

  1. I highly recommend you don’t let the old .com go. My links still point to that and always will.

    Sorry m8. I hated the “Just Another” for how long it was … but it grew on me and I prefer it. You’ve spent years building the “Just Another” series of sites. You would have been better served to find a way to shorten the URL without changing the name. JAiPB or….

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