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An update of sorts

tqft (619476) writes | about a year ago

User Journal 4

My plan to read he's by whitelisting appears to work.
attached screenshot:
http://imgur.com/kMY4MIi

Am I missing much that anyone knows of?

Still unemployed. Best feedback about possible jobs are a long way from here

My plan to read he's by whitelisting appears to work.
attached screenshot:
http://imgur.com/kMY4MIi

Am I missing much that anyone knows of?

Still unemployed. Best feedback about possible jobs are a long way from here

4 comments

Interesting (1)

jawtheshark (198669) | about a year ago | (#43043635)

How did you set that up? Or is that an RSS feed?

Re:Interesting (1)

tqft (619476) | about a year ago | (#43043707)

RSS feed into thunderbird & then (laboriously) add rule for each author - tag sdje and then I have sorted the column. I could move them to another folder and I still might but still a sort of work in progress.

Adding the rule is straight forward - you click on the author name select Create Rule from.

Re:Interesting (1)

jawtheshark (198669) | about a year ago | (#43044043)

That's quite interesting. I should set something like that up too. That said, slashdot is pretty barren these days. All the action is on G+ (and to a lesser extent on FB, but that mostly non-geeky)

Re:Interesting (1)

tqft (619476) | about a year ago | (#43044077)

Well you know I am on G+ & twitter but there are a few people who will never be on either until the great code gods kill journals.

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