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sike says

I’ve noticed the recent blog posts didn’t appear in the bottom. Something wrong?

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LucidStudios says
I’ve noticed the recent blog posts didn’t appear in the bottom. Something wrong?

even not on the home-page’s “BLOG” section. ;)

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Reaper-Media Volunteer moderator says

The hompage and bottom of the flashden pages update their display via google’s feed service. My guess is that there is something wrong at google’s end or they have switched something off. Not sure why they need to incorporate this service into their website anyway, hmm.

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Joost Volunteer moderator says
The hompage and bottom of the flashden pages update their display via google’s feed service. My guess is that there is something wrong at google’s end or they have switched something off. Not sure why they need to incorporate this service into their website anyway, hmm.

To me, that seems like an unnessesary use of Google’s service.. wouldn’t it be much easier to simply recreate something like what Google now does for them, and just grab the latest blogposts themselves?

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Reaper-Media Volunteer moderator says
The hompage and bottom of the flashden pages update their display via google’s feed service. My guess is that there is something wrong at google’s end or they have switched something off. Not sure why they need to incorporate this service into their website anyway, hmm.
To me, that seems like an unnessesary use of Google’s service.. wouldn’t it be much easier to simply recreate something like what Google now does for them, and just grab the latest blogposts themselves?
Just wait until the redesign ;) :D

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Aw_Shucks says
The hompage and bottom of the flashden pages update their display via google’s feed service. My guess is that there is something wrong at google’s end or they have switched something off. Not sure why they need to incorporate this service into their website anyway, hmm.
To me, that seems like an unnessesary use of Google’s service.. wouldn’t it be much easier to simply recreate something like what Google now does for them, and just grab the latest blogposts themselves?
Just wait until the redesign ;) :D

I just wanted to quote all those already quoted comments in a quoted quote. And for the heck of it,

The hompage is off their website anyway, hmm.

Heh. I like doing that.


Looks like

The hompage and bottom of the flashden pages update their display via google’s feed service. My guess is that there is something wrong at google’s end or they have switched something off. Not sure why they need to incorporate this service into their website anyway, hmm.

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Reaper-Media Volunteer moderator says
The hompage and bottom of the flashden pages update their display via google’s feed service. My guess is that there is something wrong at google’s end or they have switched something off. Not sure why they need to incorporate this service into their website anyway, hmm.
To me, that seems like an unnessesary use of Google’s service.. wouldn’t it be much easier to simply recreate something like what Google now does for them, and just grab the latest blogposts themselves?
Just wait until the redesign ;) :D

I just wanted to quote all those already quoted comments in a quoted quote. And for the heck of it,

The hompage is off their website anyway, hmm.

Heh. I like doing that.


Looks like

The hompage and bottom of the flashden pages update their display via google’s feed service. My guess is that there is something wrong at google’s end or they have switched something off. Not sure why they need to incorporate this service into their website anyway, hmm.

You forgot to make “off” bold :D

EDIT : Oh look, you fixed it :D

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