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December 12, 2005

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David Gammel

My inbox gets crowded enough without RSS feeds piling in. Makes sense to me that it would be pretty distracting. I like having my feeds off in their own application.

Ed Hou

Can't you choose which feeds you want to cycle? That's what I'm doing; I'm cycling through just about every Mozilla-related and tech feed there is.

Anyway, I think that seperating the feeds from the inbox was a great idea. I honestly can't be bothered to read my feeds sometimes, as I have many. This method is neither distracting, as it's only one line of text, not a thorn in the side to get through.

Knonie

I find them interesting... They look cool.

We just glance them sometimes, and most of the times it helps us to know some useful tip or info about something.

:-)

melvynadam

What's needed is a clever browser extension which turns them off when you're in the spam folder. I got the joke the first time Google, you're very funny. Now give me my selected feeds and not recipes including spam. Once is funny. Ten times a day is simply annoying.

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