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twitterfeed seems promising, although I haven't tried it yet. It even lets you manage the format of the tweets and supports post filters. There are also a few plugins for Wordpress such as WP to Witter and WordTwit. For Wordpress.com you can use Publicize which is included by default.


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It appears that the only practical option is to click the link to unsubscribe that comes with each e-mail message. However, you might be able to contact the owner of the RSS feed and ask them to manually remove you. You'll want to do so from the same e-mail address you want removed or you're likely to be ignored.


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You can follow the Signpost by watching the page Wikipedia:Wikipedia Signpost/Issue. It's updated whenever a new issue of the Signpost is published. And that also means you can use the Atom feed for the history of that page: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Wikipedia_Signpost/Issue&feed=atom&action=history (Alternatively use ...


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Turns out, iTunes completely ignores the MIME type, and is dependent upon the .mp3 file extension in the URL. Adding the extension fixes the feed.


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That's the URL for feeds that are powered by Feedburner. It offers a bunch of tools for the publisher, like number of subscribers, clickthroughs, etc. Unless the publisher offers the original (or an alternate) feed there isn't a way to get around it. For blogs powered by WordPress, you can try adding /feed/ to the blog URL (http://www.example.com/feed/), ...


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If you need Feedburner to link to the correct post, change your <guid> tag to one that matches what you already have in the <link> tag. <link>http://www.example.com/post/bacon</link> <guid isPermalink="true">http://www.example.com/post/bacon</guid> That should make Feedburner have its rewriting of links back to your ...


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Have you tried replying back with "unsubscribe" -- it's a long shot but commonly the old school way of doing things.


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Have you looked a the sort order setting in Google reader? http://www.google.com/support/reader/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=69980 It might be set to 'Sort by magic' rendering the reading order different then expected. Hope this helps.



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