Phil Town will post new events, including TV appearances, on the front page of the Rule #1 blog. I will also archive them in the News & Events section of the site. You can always click on News & Events in the main site navigation to get the latest updates.
One is to listen to it the RULE #1 podcast on the website.
Another way to listen is to subscribe your MP3 player's software to Phil's podcast RSS Feed. This method enables you to transfer the Podcast to your iPod or other portable mp3 device. Please consult your mp3 software's Help Menu for instructions on how to subscribe to a Feedburner Podcast Feed.
There are many ways to subscribe to an RSS Feed, using many different Aggregators, or News Readers.
Which News Reader you prefer is up to you.
If you go to the Phil Town Blog, you will see buttons for News Readers in the side bar.
If you already have an account with one of these News Readers, simply click the button and Phil's Feed will be added to your list.
Feedburner (the orange button at the top) has become the industry standard and can be accepted by almost any aggregator. If you have a News Reader or Aggregator account that is not on the Rule #1 list, simply click the Feedburner button and you should be good to go.
If you don't have a News Reader account yet, you will need to get one to Subscribe to Phil's blog.
Here are some links to get you started with setting up an account:
If you can't remember your original username for the Rule #1 Members Area, you may alternately log in using the email address you used when you first registered. The system will accept either one.
If you cannot remember the email address you used when you first registered, please send a note to webteam at philtown dot com with a request to look up your account information. Please provide us your first and last name for research purposes.
Phil Town wants to remind you to please be sure to check your Bulk Mail, Spam or Trash folder for emails from our site. Sometimes activation and password reset emails get caught up in the wrong folders.
Here are the email addresses to look for and add to your safe list (sometimes called a "white list"):