Okay, I can take a hint.

I've resisted for a long time, but some of my readers want a full post feed for my blog. Fine. Here you go.

I originally resistsed because I didn't really see the point. Plus I really like using my traffic stats to figure out which of my posts are more popular than others. If most folks use the full feed, I can't do that anymore.

But my ego can take it. It's not a big deal.

Anyway, I simply followed Mark's advice when setting this up. It took all of 40 seconds plus the 20 seconds to subscribe to the feed in NetNewsWire.

So there you have it. Better late than never.


Now, about upgrading my MT 2.21 install to something a bit more recent...

Posted by jzawodn at February 25, 2003 11:39 PM

Reader Comments
# -=xiffy=- said:

Full feeds are cool, it means you don't need to fire up your broowser, just to read some of your favorite's bloggers.
Feeds are nice, full feeds rock.

on February 26, 2003 01:25 AM
# kalyan said:

livejournal does not support RSS 2.0 yet :((

on February 26, 2003 02:15 AM
# Dan Isaacs said:

"better late than pregnant!" Not never. Pregnant. That will ensure you get sent to the Dean's office.

on February 26, 2003 04:13 AM
# kellan said:

Don't worry even if everyone but Google switches to reading your full posts feed, you'll still get a pretty good sesne of the popular articles.

Any chance we could get full entries in the RSS 1.0 feed as well?


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# Adam Rice said:

You might want to edit your RSS feeds just a bit to remove your e-mail address (Mark Pilgrim's RSS 2 template will stick it in there). It'll still validate. You just know that spambots will harvest it.

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