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Sunday, September 18, 2005
By Yokota Fritz

I provide both a full and partial feed, but I'm considering converting the partial feed on Feedburner into a full feed. For those subscribing via the Feedburner feed: Is the lack of a full feed a real hassle for you? Cycle-licious is heavy on photography, but these are not currently included in the partial feed that most of my readers subscribe to. If enough people comment I'll probably switch to providing a full feed on Feedburner.

For those of you who manually visit Cycle-licious every day: I thank you for your loyal patronage, but for the sake of your time you really should consider using a feed reader. I use Bloglines because I use multiple computers and it works well, but there are plenty of good readers out there (and plenty of lousy ones as well). Feed readers allow you to read all of your blogs in one place and they only display the blog entries that you haven't read yet. I provide easy one-click subscription under "Feed Me" in the sidebar to the left.

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Please switch to a full feed. Generally, when I find a feed that only includes snippets, I don't subscribe. But I've found that the folks in the cycling world seem to only provide snippets so I've had to adjust a bit. I would be very happy if you provided a full feed.
I came here via a Treehugger article. I am subscribing your feed but would like to say I prefer a full feed. I hate having to load another tab to view an article I might be interested in. It makes my life easier and you still get people reading your content.
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