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Can you see my blog in your feeder?

On Friday, per a request from Angela, I fixed my feed in readers to full. Apparently that killed my feed. Gwen kindly alerted me to the problem; she said nothing has shown up in her reader since then. I changed two settings and tried to keep full feed. If my blog still doesn't show up, I'm sorry but I'll have to switch back to partial feed.

Can you let me know if you see my blog in your reader and how it appears?

And by the way, I did post Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday and today.

Although, in the spirit of full disclosure, I handed the blog over to the kids for most of that time and they kept it up.

I'm not even going to bother copyrighting this. If you steal this post? More power to you.

Julie

Comments

Anonymous said…
I see you in my feed, and have seen you all weekend. I use my we browser (Safari) as my feed reader.
Liv said…
I always see you, Julie. I'm like the FBI.
Gross|Photo said…
See you full in Google....
Sukhaloka said…
I read you!
I use Google.
I wasn't getting your latest feeds until this morning. I suppose you were wondering why you were only getting around 10 comments instead of your usual 25-30 huh?
Unknown said…
I've got your feeds. Go full feeds!
S said…
liv cracks me up. every damn time.

i wasn't seeing your feed, but i am now. i'd been wondering why you were being so quiet!
Jenny said…
I've had no trouble with your feeds in google reader. Been enjoying them all!
painted maypole said…
i'vew been gettin you just find all weekend
Anonymous said…
Aha! Exactly. You haven't turned up on my reader either [google, didn't know that there were any others to be honest]

Then I was pootling around the blogosphere, saw one of your comments and thought.....I haven't visited her for a while, clicked, clicked back and forth to find the right one, this one, and there you are!

Unfortunately I have absolutely no technical assistance to offer.
Cheers
Anonymous said…
I had four feeds from you at around noon today - nothing before that. I use Google Reader in Safari.
Bea said…
All those posts showed up this morning (Google Reader on Firefox).
thordora said…
Maybe we've both been having the same problem lately....Mine have been slow to appear (I sub to my own to see how they appear) but I didn't think I was having an issue....
Kyla said…
Nope! I actually came over to check because I thought "Goodness, Julie has been quiet lately." Evidently you haven't been quiet, my Bloglines is just ignoring you. Bad Bloglines.
Mayberry said…
Not showing up in my Bloglines either.

Now, off to catch up...
flutter said…
I see you in google
ALM said…
Gotcha loud and clear! And thanks for the full feeds!
slow panic said…
no problems here -- seeing you in google.
Anonymous said…
I can see you just fine and dandy with my Safari RSS setup. And I'm thrilled that you've moved to full post feeds. (I sometimes read posts on the train when I'm offline.)

I've been seeing (and reading) your posts in my feed for the the past few days. (I just have been sluggish generally about commenting.)
Girlplustwo said…
google just dropped four of your posts into my reader all at once. (lazy bastards)
Anonymous said…
Yes. And thank you, thank you for going to full post feeds!
jeanie said…
This and the last didn't show up in my Bloglines - I actually clicked over here to see what your Wednesday topic was!

I never realised I didn't get full feed - I just see that Julie has a new post and click to your page, as it actually loads quickly enough to read easily here rather than in the feed.
i see you now - google reader in firefox 5 came up at once. none the past few days.
Anonymous said…
I have to chime in that I didn't see you on Bloglines. I just missed you and came to see what you were up too. Although I note now you have a tiny red exclamation point by your feed lead.

And I just checked by going back and asking it to display the last 48 hours, and I still get nothing.
I see you but your feed isn't updating and there is this [!] in red after your blog name. (I use Bloglines.(
Ally said…
I see you on Google reader.
Lawyer Mama said…
Can't see you in Bloglines either.

So it looks like you're golden in Google and befuddled in Bloglines.
Suz said…
I can get you just fine in Bloglines this morning :-)
Kyla said…
You showed up in my Bloglines this morning, all 5 posts!
cinnamon gurl said…
Just this morning you showed up in full feed, five posts... don't think I've seen anything since your social media post. I've been thinking about going to full feed too, because I tend to read people with full feeds in my reader and click through if I have an overwhelming urge to comment. If someone has short feeds and I don't have time to click through, I might miss them.
Anonymous said…
Hey look, you're back.

I wasn't seeing youb efore but you're there this morning.
Mayberry said…
Yep, for me too in Bloglines. Back -- all 5 (now 6). Whatever you did, it worked!
niobe said…
I wasn't seeing you, but now I C U just fine.
Magpie said…
I guess that explains why you had six new posts in my Bloglines this morning.
Anonymous said…
It looks perfect now (yes I was missing you in Bloglines for a while)! Thanks so much for heeding my request.
Anonymous said…
1) Thanks for linking in full. I wish everyone would.
2) This is precisely why I subscribe to my own blog -- want to make sure it appears!
3) Reading all the posts I missed now!
Anonymous said…
Ooookay. I now have all your posts for the week, which I didn't know I had missed. And they're so fun!
Anonymous said…
I have no trouble seeing you in google reader.

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