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The Internet gets what it wants

Where possible, I subscribe to the Internet through Google Reader. It's online nature makes it make sense to me

Some feeds only have half of the information on them - MySpace blogs (if you're a Crowded House fan you might be interested to know their head roadie writes a diary) are cut off after about 200 characters, and web comics like Penny Arcade and the Perry Bible Foundation have RSS feeds, but without the actual comics in it.
But the Internet fixes these problems, even if the people who publish the information don't.

Props to XKCD for publishing their comics in their feed.  I guess it takes a nerd comic to get it.


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