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Subject: Re: Question on "Recent Mentions on Fool.co Date: 8/27/2008 4:05 PM
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Jeremy,

Chalk it up to my inexperience with RSS feeds. I have never signed up for one, nor have I "created" them outside of our little world here. So it's unfamiliar to me in the details of it (even though I understand the concept).

I was thinking that the language was forcing it to find exact matches, but I should have known better. It works just like a Google search, yes? Hence the quotation marks if you want it to find specifics.

And I would agree that the Recent Mentions is probably fairly meaningless in terms of book pages. Perhaps we should delete those? (The "Recent Mentions," not the book pages.)

Best regards,
Kathie
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