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I've been using feedburner's services for a while now and I am quite happy. The service allows to customize RSS feeds with goodies like links to del.icio.us digg and even add my logo to the feed. Those links will make your life easier when you will try to remember "where was this great article about contrast?" some years from now.
I have now turned on a feature called email subscriptions, which allows readers to get a mail with a short description about new articles (similar to the expert in the RSS feed) when ever I publish a new article.
The main idea behind enabling the email subscription feature is that now you do not need to actively check the RSS, and you can lazily get an email each time the site is updated. Of course, I still keep my old feed running, if you just use a good old RSS reader.
Another nice feature of this service is that it verifies that you are indeed interested in receiving the emails by sending a confirmation link. That means that you can only use your mail to receive the updates, and helps avoid spam. The down side is that sometimes the confirmation mail goes to the spam folder - so make sure you check that folder a few minutes after registering. Also, feedburner allows to opt out of the email whenever you want (not that I think any one will want to opt out of DIYPhotography's most wonderful articles, but you can, if you want).