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by PJ Doland on Apr 30, 2008
Posted by I hate these - 04/30/2008
Too many of these Erin. It is almost enough for me to take your blog off my google reader. If I wanted to see what you blogged about a year ago, I would look for it.
Posted by Dee - 04/30/2008
IMHO – I like it! If you don’t know what your looking for, how can you look for it?
Posted by Will Wright - 04/30/2008
I know other blogs set it up so you can opt out of them. Perhaps this is possible here as well?
Posted by Erin Doland - 05/01/2008
You can filter out A Year Ago posts from your RSS feed with Yahoo Pipes.
Posted by Marc - 05/02/2008
I agree with “I hate these”. This really just seems like filler – please rather focus on writing new posts and keep your RSS feed uncluttered, as I thought this blog was supposed to be about.
You had mentioned proudly in a previous post that you try to generate so many posts in a week (I forget the exact number) – these “A year ago” posts seem like a simple way to meet your weekly quota.
Quality over quantity please, Erin. Otherwise you will lose readers.
Posted by Dylan - 06/02/2008
With respect to the 3″ holes mentioned in the iPod post:
a) tool lending libraries also may have hole cutters
b) it is possible to cut a circular hole in a glass desk – it’s just a different tool
As for the year ago posts, I’m a little conflicted about them. As a relatively new reader, it’s a nice way to see some of what you posted in the past. On the other hand, I don’t really want to have to filter them out once I’ve been reading for over a year. Isn’t an archive section on the web site sufficient, really?
Posted by Erin Doland - 06/02/2008
@Dylan — You can subscribe to Unclutterer without the A Year Ago posts …
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