Set the Macalope's feeds free!

Full feeds now.

RSS feeds should now be full Macalopey goodness.

Turns out all the horned one had to do was ask. How 'bout that?

Thanks, Kelly and Bernie!

UPDATE: Whoops! Let's call this an experiment. It turns out that a consequence of this that the Macalope didn't realize is that CNet doesn't pay for someone who just looks at the RSS feed. If no one views the page anymore then the brown and furry one doesn't get paid and if he's not getting paid then the little Macalopes don't get their little hooves shod. And nobody wants that.

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    Born of the earth, forged in fire, the Macalope was branded "nonstandard" and "proprietary" by the IT world and considered a freak of nature. Part man, part Mac, and part antelope, the Macalope set forth on a quest to save his beloved platform. Long-eclipsed by his more prodigious cousin, the jackalope (they breed like rabbits, you know), the Macalope's time has come. Apple news and rumormonger extraordinaire, the Macalope provides a uniquely polymorphic approach. Disclosure.

     

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