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RSS Feed Full Posts

A couple of reminders recently to provide readers with what they really want.  RSS Feeds that contain the full post.  It's now done - isn't choice wonderful?  You can choose.  If you desire a full post rather than the excerpt, please change your subscription to:

Full Posts (XML) http://www.henshall.com/blog/index2.rdf 

Why is it that MT's default setting is excerpts?

Makes me think about my own newreader.  I wish I could toggle between full and excerpts.  Even better scan quickly on excepts and then toggle to full posts.  Early on I tried AmphetaDesk and currently just use the Radio one.  Except I get posts that blow its formating from time to time.  Is there a newreader that can improve my experience?  Is there one I can install on my server? That is also easy to do?How does a group go collective newsreading?  A my, yours, ours subscription file? Are there tools mapping subscriptions in this format? 



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Comments (4)

Hi, I believe MT has exerpts as default because of security -- some people out there post full posts of others, etc. I can't help you with the rest of your questions, except to say that newzcrawler 1.3 is a nice newsreader.


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