The Fischbowl is a Blogger blog and, because Blogger has recently come out with a new version, I will be moving it over to the new version within the next week or so (probably January 2nd or 3rd). Theoretically, that won't cause any problems, as the URL and RSS Feed address should remain the same. But if you read this blog in your RSS aggregator, you might make sure you are still receiving feeds after the changeover. Also, from watching other converted Blogger blogs in my aggregator, it's likely that some posts you've already read will come through as new again (hopefully just once).
As a side note, I started this blog in September of 2005, so it's a little more than 15 months old. (I guess that makes it a toddler, just learning to get around and finding its voice. Please, no comments about potty training.) If you'd asked me back in September of 2005 about whether I would be worried about converting my blog to a new version of Blogger and possibly losing posts and/or comments, I would've laughed. Really hard. But it's funny, I am a little worried about losing stuff. This blog has helped start and continue conversations not just in my building, but beyond, and I find myself not wanting to lose the record of those conversations. I really don't know how many people read The Fischbowl, since I didn't know enough to setup something like a Feedburner RSS feed when I started this. Bloglines tells me that 238 people are subscribed through Bloglines, but there are many other RSS aggregators out there, as well as pretty much all the modern web browsers have RSS built-in to them now (and, of course, some people actually visit the blog itself). With a little luck, the transition will go smoothly, and the conversations really won't be affected if The Fischbowl gets flushed, but wish me luck anyway.