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Husband, dad and boss by day, dreamer by night, geek all the way. Follow the white rabbit for more (or shoot me a quick “Oh my paws and whiskers” on Twitter).


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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment How to claim contributions on GitHub
@MattM. I’m not sure about that. If it doesn’t, that would seem a bug in GitHub’s handling of the graph to me. Report to them maybe?
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revised How to remove duplicated posts from Tumblr theme
Capitalised Tumblr, improved grammar and typography, inlined link to theme
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suggested suggested edit on How to remove duplicated posts from Tumblr theme
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answered How to remove duplicated posts from Tumblr theme
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revised How can I bring back the Google “cached version” links?
Fixed fractured grammar
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revised markdown wiki excerpt
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revised markdown wiki description
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suggested suggested edit on markdown tag wiki excerpt
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suggested suggested edit on markdown tag wiki
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wiki created markdown description
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wiki created markdown excerpt
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awarded  Critic
Nov
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comment Smart and permanent aggregation of multiple RSS feeds
The rub with Google Reader is that, although it does permanently aggregate all items, you cannot export that aggregate data. Besides a list of your subscribed feeds (exportable via OPML, which is pretty much standard interop for feed readers), all you can export is content you have somehow interacted with (starred, commented, liked – note all of these are gone now anyway as sharing functionality has been folded into Google+. The JSON format used isn’t easily transferrable either).