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30.03.2007 – Friday 30 March – Work, Complaining & Cold Rock
- • I dropped past Cold Rock on the way to Maz’s, before heading up to Café E, for a pasta dinner.
- Comment by krait – Sunday 1 April 2007, 11:51 AM
- Hmm, your rss feed said come here to read the article because of the addition of photos, but I don't see any... Additionally, the length of the entry is actually *shorter* than the message in your feed redirecting me here ;)
- Comment by Ned – Sunday 1 April 2007, 10:56 PM
- That is true. No photos here explicitly, but photos in various entries now, which, mostly due to needing cookies, can’t be put into RSS. Also, I enjoy the design of my sites, and RSS defeats the purpose of that.
- Comment by Maz – Monday 2 April 2007, 3:45 PM
- RSS would only defeat the purpose if by reading it, people were not encouraged to visit the site for some reason or another. Perhaps you should have something that says [image removed] or something so people come here to see the images.
Maybe having something that says more than "Went to cold rock" too? And as Krait has shown, the rss actually gets people to visit the site, (thus not defeating the purpose of design).
- Comment by Ned – Monday 2 April 2007, 6:38 PM
- That is essentially what it does now–it basically says “image removed”. If nothing else, it’s an experiment, and, not to sound provocative, the reason today’s entry is so short is that the rest is hidden as it involves work. People with a login can read it.