39 thoughts on “Full feeds ahoy!

  1. Huh?

    How come I get only partial feeds from your Blog?

    Wait lemme check my feed options…

    *scroung* *scrounge* *check* *check* *clickety-click*

    Nope, there’s nothing I see fit! Repaint, you thinner!

    Regards,
    Shri.

    PS: Obviously, I am in a jolly mood, so please excuse the hyperactivity… :)

  2. Huh?

    How come I get only partial feeds from your Blog?

    Wait lemme check my feed options…

    *scroung* *scrounge* *check* *check* *clickety-click*

    Nope, there’s nothing I see fit! Repaint, you thinner!

    Regards,
    Shri.

    PS: Obviously, I am in a jolly mood, so please excuse the hyperactivity… :)

  3. Robert,

    I agree with having full feeds, but I found it surprising that your feeds show only two lines of text. I have sent you an email with a screenshot of what i see.

  4. Robert,

    I agree with having full feeds, but I found it surprising that your feeds show only two lines of text. I have sent you an email with a screenshot of what i see.

  5. Duncan: my feed is a full text feed. Your reader isn’t pulling the right feed. NewsGator pulls down my feed as a full text feed. Maybe you need a better reader?

  6. Duncan: my feed is a full text feed. Your reader isn’t pulling the right feed. NewsGator pulls down my feed as a full text feed. Maybe you need a better reader?

  7. Just re-iterating what Tamaer says – I also get truncated feeds on Bloglines even though I ticked the ‘full feed’ box.

  8. Just re-iterating what Tamaer says – I also get truncated feeds on Bloglines even though I ticked the ‘full feed’ box.

  9. Hola, Senor Scoble. Funny I didn’t even realize it until now, but I read your feed using Dave Winer’s NewsRiver application and your feeds are truncated! Seems like I get to see the “description” field and not the “content:encoded” field using NewsRiver. Who woulda thunk it?

    Just thought you’d be interested. Maybe Dave has to buy you dinner now.

  10. Hola, Senor Scoble. Funny I didn’t even realize it until now, but I read your feed using Dave Winer’s NewsRiver application and your feeds are truncated! Seems like I get to see the “description” field and not the “content:encoded” field using NewsRiver. Who woulda thunk it?

    Just thought you’d be interested. Maybe Dave has to buy you dinner now.

  11. Added my name too. I refuse to subcribe to any partial feeds with the only exception being Robert Cringely.

    Oh and Cringely oddly enough is the worst offender as his feed is not even a partial one. He decides that a ONE sentence feed is sufficient. I mean how am I suppose to know what “Is there a beer bong on YOUR resume?” is about without clicking thru. Yes, I am exaggerting a tad bit as the title gives some clue’s but still.

    I love the guys blog, but man this is annoying.

    Scoble, you got to tell him to change it. I mean he doesn’t even have ads on his blog. Why the heck not have a full feed??

  12. Added my name too. I refuse to subcribe to any partial feeds with the only exception being Robert Cringely.

    Oh and Cringely oddly enough is the worst offender as his feed is not even a partial one. He decides that a ONE sentence feed is sufficient. I mean how am I suppose to know what “Is there a beer bong on YOUR resume?” is about without clicking thru. Yes, I am exaggerting a tad bit as the title gives some clue’s but still.

    I love the guys blog, but man this is annoying.

    Scoble, you got to tell him to change it. I mean he doesn’t even have ads on his blog. Why the heck not have a full feed??

  13. Robert,

    I’ve already found my feed getting ‘splogged’ quite a bit on the web. Don’t you think that partial feeds help that? Just curious.

    Thanks,
    Doug
    PS: I switched to a full feed tonight. :)

  14. Robert,

    I’ve already found my feed getting ‘splogged’ quite a bit on the web. Don’t you think that partial feeds help that? Just curious.

    Thanks,
    Doug
    PS: I switched to a full feed tonight. :)

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