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Wednesday, December 07, 2005


Admin

A number of you have written to tell me about broken links and to request a full site feed. The links have hopefully been fixed.

I've been reluctant to provide a full feed, not because I make $$ off AdSense (I don't), but because I'm still wrestling with the best way to diffuse my work. But I will try it for a while and see if the effect is positive or negative.

-- umair // 11:40 PM // 4 comments


Comments:

I agree - full feed would be much better. :)
// Anonymous PeteCashmore // 1:18 AM
 

Disagree - pull us to the site to read and comment. the discussion is half the value.
// Anonymous paulpod // 2:47 AM
 

one request please Umair, add titles.

In my feedreader, Bloglines, the posts look messy as the first line of the post is used as the title and then repeated. Probably the same for other readers I would assume.

Heres how it looks:

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Admin A number of you have written to tell me abo...

By umair

Admin

A number of you have written to tell me about broken links and to request a full site feed. The links have hopefully been fixed.

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When you have a free minute, thanks.

I think with your full feed, it seems that full is becoming the norm. People will come to the site for topics they want to know more about or discuss. Some of your posts are quite short and I find myself coming to the site to read an extra line or two which is not entirely the best use of time.

Microchunk and let your content loose! Eat your own dog food ;)
// Anonymous Ian Wilson // 3:21 AM
 

I'd prefer a full feed. Either way, though, I'll keep reading. You have good content.
// Anonymous Dan Grossman // 4:03 AM
 
 

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