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Tracking the Slashdot History Posts

sakshale (598643) writes | more than 6 years ago

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The Slashdot History posts scrolled off the front page so fast that I missed the first two. After tracking them down, I figured I should simply track them...

The Slashdot History posts scrolled off the front page so fast that I missed the first two. After tracking them down, I figured I should simply track them...

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jdavidb (449077) | more than 6 years ago | (#21040087)

https://meta.slashdot.org/ [slashdot.org]

I subscribed to the meta feed so I would see these; I read in Google Reader with the "sort by auto" option on all my feeds, making less-frequently-updated feed items rise to the top, which means I see these sooner than I see the other Slashdot stuff.

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