Do you want to recieve a notification whenever there's a new post on this blog? If so, this is the page for you!
There are two ways that you can be the first to know about a new update. They are a mailing list and an RSS feed.
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and it's a classic, early blogging/Web 2.0 way to track updates from a variety of sites. I love RSS Feeds, and it makes me very happy that this blog (and numerous others across the interwebs) continue to provide them them.
Add RSS feeds to a feed aggregator of your choice, such as Feedly, and you'll be good to go.
This is also an easy method to add lots of blogs from across the internet and get updates from them in one fell swoop, so I recommend it. Any aggregator should be able to locate the RSS if you just paste in the URL for this site ([https://where-is-steve.org]), but if you want the feed directly, just follow this link.
I created a mailing list that will automatically send out a message each day if it detects a new post. Usually it works pretty well. (You can read about the technical ins and outs here.)
Just type your email in the box below, click submit, and wait for the webpage to load. You will be sent an email asking you to confirm your subscription. Click the link in that email, and it will all be finished. Please give these pages a minute to load, as they can be a tad slow.
Personally, my email is for junk mail, correspondence, and nothing else. If you're the sort of person that likes mailing lists, then I hope you enjoy this one.