Switched to Full-Text RSS Feed

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Just a quick note to let say that we’ve decided to switch over to a full-text RSS feed. This means that you can get the entire content of our articles, including links and graphics, delivered to your doorstep (so to speak).

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Published on January 8th, 2007 - Leave a Comment
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