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Constantin Basturea's weblog

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By: playboi130

Fri, 11 Apr 2008 06:11:03 +0000

I have heard that this website is wonderful, but after visiting it I’ll disagree with most of the people, who think so. Yes, there is some fresh and interesting information but most of it looks unprsentable. There are so many ways to check information, haven’t you heard of it? After trying it several times I realized, that it’s not unique.

By: Eddie Awad's Blog

Sun, 10 Sep 2006 23:56:24 +0000

Why I Switched to a Full-Text Feed After reading “Why I’m asking for full-text RSS feeds” by Constantin Basturea, and “Only Generous Bloggers Influence” by Steve Rubel, I have decided to publish my blog’s feed as a full text instead of just a summary. As...

By: Colin Jensen

Fri, 02 Sep 2005 20:28:29 +0000

I personally aggregate feeds to my discussion board, and my members freak out if they're partial feeds. Maybe, just maybe, if they're two paragraphs and those two paragraphs summarize the article, they're fine. Meaning, none of my people complain about slashdot, since the article really is only if you want to know more, and the paragraph is enough for most of us. But it's not even worth my time to suggest something that's not full-text to them...

By: Jennifer

Fri, 17 Jun 2005 22:01:00 +0000

I need full text feeds for my forums (I have a mod that posts it automatically). I have some sources, but all are headline and short description with a link. There's no sense in drawing traffic to my forums if I redirect them immediately to another site. I want the full text so my members can discuss the article, not leave the site! My needs are a bit different, because I'm not really and end-user but a distributor of sorts. I know there are some articles you can manually syndicate, but that's time consuming. Cutting and pasting is a waste of my time when I have a forum to run. Jennifer

By: PR Agency India

Fri, 03 Jun 2005 18:47:03 +0000

I agree with you 100% There are indeed a couple of feeds that I'd like to have full text for without having to leave the aggregator. Seems like a lot of effort when I'm taking care of multiple tasks at the same time and also keeping an eye on my aggregator! I'd love it if this thing catches on with people... Rishu PR Consultant India & SEO Expert India Web Designer India

By: Dragos

Thu, 02 Jun 2005 07:17:36 +0000

I simply unsubscribe from websites offering partial feeds, it's just a waste of time. If he/she has anything interesting to say I will find out via other bloggers.