SuperAff will be removed from Feedburner shortly, so if you have the feedburner rss in your feed reader, you will no longer receive SuperAff updates. This only affects a handful of SuperAff readers so it shouldn’t be too big a change for everyone.
Change the feedburner feed to http://superaff.com/feed/rss2/ and you’ll be fixed right up no prob.
If you wish to keep your blog feed stats out of Google’s clutches, now is the time to make the move:
NOTE: Service of FeedBurner publisher accounts will not be interrupted as a result of the acquisition by Google. You will have a 14-day interim period ending June 15, 2007 to opt-out of allowing Google to service your account. If you take no action by June 15, 2007, the rights to your data will transfer from FeedBurner to Google. Opting out will terminate your user agreement with FeedBurner, permanently delete your FeedBurner account, feeds, and all related statistical data and history, and prevent the transfer of your data rights to Google. To opt-out, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org, provide your FeedBurner account Username, and request to have your FeedBurner account deleted. We will contact you at your registered email address to confirm your deletion request before completing it.
Found on the login page: Feedburner
A big kudos to the folks at Feedburner for doing the right thing :).