Something around here must have upset a Lee Enterprises official or two -- employees at three papers have confirmed that Lee Watch is blocked from work computers. Aww, shucks, I'm a little flattered.
There's a quick and easy way around that. Just subscribe to Lee Watch. Not sure what that means? Here's how to do it:
Click on the "subscribe to posts" link at the top of this page. Select "add to Google homepage" or "add to Google Reader" -- the results will basically be the same. (If you are not already signed in to Google or Gmail, you will need to either sign in or create an account.)
If you add the subscription -- known as an RSS feed, or feed for short -- to Google homepage, then every time you visit igoogle.com (while logged in), the latest Lee Watch headlines will be on that page. Click on the plus sign beside the headline and you can read the post.
If you add the feed to Google Reader, then every time you visit google.com/reader (while logged in), the latest Lee Watch headlines and posts will be available there.
You can subscribe to other websites and blogs this same way to create your own custom web library.
It probably bears repeating that Lee can, and (give in to the paranoia) most likely does, monitor web and e-mail use from work computers. Not just your work e-mail, but any website and web service you access from that computer -- Gmail, Yahoo mail, Hotmail, etc. Tips and notes are always welcome and appreciated here at Lee Watch, but if you don't want someone at corporate to know you sent it, then don't do so from work.