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21 September 2006

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Shaan,
"Toot your horn" as much as you like, it’s deserved. I blame you for inspiring my own blog.

http://rcd.typepad.com/rcd/2004/03/cad_blogs.html

When I posted that first tentative test post in 03/2004 had no idea where it would lead. So far have met readers in New Zealand, USA, Australia, & Seoul (in person) and many others virtually which is really cool. I hope to meet many more!

There seems to be a problem with RSS feed for http://area.autodesk.com blogs. Links in the feed don't go to the article of the site home page, correct links should be something like http://area.autodesk.com/blogs/blog/4/blogpost/4136/ and not what is given in the feed, which is http://area.autodesk.com/4136/

There is also a XML tag missing in each of the posts in these feed, making sorting by date impossible...

Thank you for the feedback.

Patrick, I will report the RSS feed issue to the web team. In the future you can also report issues on Autodesk web sites or products at http://www.autodesk.com/feedback.

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