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Wed, 22 Feb 2006 04:48:03 GMT
RSS Gets an Enema

Mark Woodman: Long overdue, I believe, has been public discussion on how to improve RSS and clean out the harmful wastes and toxins. [cut] So, get out the warm saline of thoughtful discussion, and jump right in. It is going to be messy, but I think we’ll all benefit in the end.

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Randy: Mark's post must be read in full. Click thru. It's worth it :-)

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