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I wrote The Old Reader and got their reply: When you first subscribe to a feed, we only fetch the last 10 items. Going forward, we will collect all new posts in the feed. There is no way to change this. However, if the feed was previously in our system before you subscribed, we may already have the last 50 items. If you click the "Show All Posts" ...


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Officially no, you can't. Twitter did support RSS feeds once but it was removed. (Which was an idiotic anti-user decision... but I digress.) There is a workaround though. You can't get a RSS feed of your entire Twitter feed, but you can get RSS feeds for individual users (but not hashtags) and hashtags using this tutorial and Google App Script that parses ...


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Two ways of doing it, both limited by the number of articles offered by the feed: Shortcode Multiple shortcodes can be combined on one page/post to aggregate multiple feeds. [rss url=http://blog1.example.com/feed] [rss url=http://blog2.example.com/feed] <!-- etc --> Widget Maximum of 20 items to display. Add as many widgets as necessary. The ...



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