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  1. Richard Chen
    Richard Chen at |

    The phrase triggers MileagePlus devaluations, but these changes I think we will like.

    Glad you get to publish more here under your own editorship and hope our reading & learning raises your satisfaction!

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  2. NoMoreRSS
    NoMoreRSS at |

    So after all these years of “it’s not about the money”…. It turns it that it IS about the money, so no more free RSS.

    Indeed, your title was prescient. You and Jeff. A fine pair.

    I fly United less. And I’ve been reading you less. Guess it works for you both.

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    1. Matt
      Matt at |

      In other words, NoMoreRSS, you’ll only read content if it’s delivered to you and you don’t have to even see any of the ads, which are what support creators in creating the content in the first place. Everyome is entitled th receive valur for work. If you disagree, I’m sure Seth has no problem losing your readership.

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  3. David
    David at |

    did you take any meetings with the port authority? Is that why you restored access to the full article in the RSS feed? 😀

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  4. Adam
    Adam at |

    Thanks for the transparency re RSS. Some other bloggers have not been as forthcoming on similar moves.

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  5. Steven Sullivan
    Steven Sullivan at |

    We know you did, and my first reaction to it was, “Shit, Seth is going to ruin his blog now and keep telling me it’s all good while it falls completely apart.” 😉

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  6. Rrapynot
    Rrapynot at |

    It’s your content and we get to read it for free. Thank you for doing it.

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  7. Robert
    Robert at |

    Too bad it just introduced a step in my reading process…

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