g an RSS feed, and it's at http://www.mattwelch.com/index.xml. The only trick now is to get one of those little "XML" buttons and link it to that URL.

RSS tries to solve one of the biggest pains in the ass that blogs create, namely the fact that people post irregularly. By using either a service like Netnewswire or a desktop program like Amphetadesk or Blago, that work is done for you.

Posted by: Doug Arellanes at August 12, 2003 10:42 PM

Dude, just take my little xml logo off the bottom right of my page.

You don't even have to take it, as we're on the same server as domestic partners. Just copy this code into your link bar deal:





... eh, html don't work in yer comments. I'll email it to you.

Posted by: Ken Layne at August 13, 2003 12:13 AM

"should I, uh, put it on here?"

It'll make you look fat.

Posted by: Paul at August 13, 2003 12:15 AM

RSS is how RoboPundit used to read your site. It's cool, and you can see yours at:

http://mattwelch.com/index.xml

Posted by: Richard Bennett at August 13, 2003 03:17 AM

Please put RSS on!
I hardly surf anymore, as I use my RSS Reader as a bookmark manager for my favorite sites. You are one of the last ones left in my bookmarks.

Posted by: Jeff Wiegand at August 14, 2003 10:50 PM

Fucking Duh.
I just glanced over Laynes post like he was some kind of musician vs a jonnett at August 13, 2003 03:17 AM

Please put RSS on!
I hardly surf anymore, as I use my RSS Reader as a bookmark manager for my favorite sites. You are one of the last ones left in my bookmarks.

Posted by: Jeff Wiegand at August 14, 2003 10:50 PM

Fucking Duh.
I just glanced over Laynes post like he was some kind of musician vs a journalist OR something. ;)

You're outta my bookmarks and into Netnewswire.

Posted by: Jeff Wiegand at August 14, 2003 10:53 PM
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