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Bit of housekeeping...

I’ve been fiddling with the way I post and display the shorter items on this blog. Recent;y I’ve been gathering them together and putting them in a single post, waiting until I had a half dozen or so before I published the entry. I’ve found that sometimes I’ll get one item in there and then go for days without putting anything else in, making the link old and stale by the time it gets published.

I’m now experimenting with publishing each small link separately and just displaying them on the blog in a single block. The side effect is that those of you reading this through an RSS reader will get lots of small posts instead of the single block. If I decide that I want to keep doing links this way, I might make changes to the feed to combine all of the day’s links into a single post.

So the real point of this post is to explain to those who read the site in a feed reader why they’re suddenly getting a lot of posts.


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