Occasionally, I get emails from GalleyCat readers about technical issues that I can’t really do anything about other than passing your concerns on to actual mediabistro.com staffers. One of the most common frustrations expressed is over the blog’s RSS feed, which currently quotes only the first 20 words of a post, requiring readers to visit the site to read the rest. Of course, “common” in terms of email feedback is “one or two emails a month,” so I wanted to invite all of you to weight in on the issue.
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