There are just three major site updates a year (plus three or four one-page short stories in between these). We welcome news for these at least three weeks in advance of our schedules posting
If you have any problems or suggestions as to how we might refine matters or explain things with greater clarity then you can always e-mail our webmaster at 'office (at) 'concatenation.org'.
Normally our schedule is usually:-
o January with Spring News and reviews
o February/March with an our-choice-of-best-of- Nature 'Futures' short story
o April/May with Summer news and reviews (nearly always after Easter and the Hugo nomination announcement)
o June/July with a Nature short story
o September with Autumnal news and reviews
o November with a Nature short story
o December (occasionally only) with a pre-Christmas Nature short story
RSS feed. SF2 Concatenation has a 'Rich Site Summary' or 'Really Simple Syndication' feed http:/www.concatenation.org/feed.xml. This complements our full What's New page that lists all our site's content by date of posting (most recent posts first). Most people seem to prefer this.
We are now on Twitter. This may help those who don't remember when our site additions are regularly made as we are using Twitter to provide site alert updates. Our Twitter name is @SF2Concat. However we are only using Twitter for site alerts, so don't expect anything else if you are one of the few who do follow us. Having said that, as of 2014, our followers usually get a little advanced notice, and earlier access, to some of our seasonal content a few days ahead of the formal posting date.
Good luck and we hope you enjoy visiting The Science Fact & Fiction Concatenation. If you feel like supporting us then you can a) let your friends -- who you think will appreciate the site -- know we exist, and b) you can link your own site to: www.concatenation.org, The Science Fact & Fiction Concatenation (or SF2 Concatenation for short).
P.S. We have had to discontinue our electronic alert serivce. (The on-going war of having to continually upgrade our database registration security was getting to be too much...) But you can always set your electronic diary to notify you that a new edition of SF2 Concatenation.org (http://www.concatenation.org) is out, or use the mehtods above to keep an eye on us.
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