Small update, full content RSS

This is a small update to let you know that the RSS feed contains full content now.

It also lets me verify that the feed has updated correctly and works fine. If it comes out weird in your feed reader, please let me know.

If you aren’t familiar with RSS. Consider it the open standard that drives podcasting and an exceptionally useful way of reading blogs, news, webcomics in a more intentional way via a dedicated, nice, newsreader application or web UI. It lets you avoid attention-grabbing or remembering to check but it doesn’t have to go “PING!” or anything. More things should be like RSS.

I blame Martin Gausby for reminding me that full articles in RSS is a better experience than needing to click through. So in the interest of pampering my audience with the best text experiences possible. There you go ;)

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