Twenty posts per page

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I’ve updated my RSS feeds and blog to show the last twenty posts, instead of ten. I’ve used ten since I started this blog in 2004, for bandwidth reasons as much as inertia. But then I realised plain text doesn’t amount to all that much more, and I don’t use as many inline images thesedays given I’m usually strapped for time.

I’m not sure if I’ll keep this, but I’ll see. Ten is still a more satisfying number, not least because I can express it on my hands. Twenty involves my toes, which are less photogenic.

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