Let’s hope Mo doesn’t go into allah-phylactic shock
re the rss feed: I’d prefer the full comic rather than the summary.
I’d prefer the full comic
why the comic, of course.
You probably get a better idea of how many people are reading your comic if it doesn’t show on the RSS reader. I often don’t click on the articles I can read in RSS.
I’d prefer the comic in the RSS
I like the comic in the feed.
Can you put title/alt text on the image in the RSS feed? Then you could put your nice little summaries there and have it both ways. But if I had to pick only one, I’d go for the comic. And hey, if you can do the alt text thing, people visiting the site would be able to see that too.
I’d prefer the comic for the RSS feed.
I prefer the comic embedded in the RSS message.
I prefer the comic in the feed.
Full comic, pleeeaase!
rss’er here, would prefer the comic to be in the rss feed too. There are also ways to measure how many ppl are subscribed to the rss feed, if that’s a concern for you. Also it’s not like I never click through to the site if the comic is in the rss feed, just not always.
Full comic, pretty please. And keep up the awesome work!
both in the feed would be awesome, but comic in feed is most important loving your comic!
the comic please
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And, the nose shouldn’t have been placed directly over the mouth, which is too small for wisdom teeth.
I’d prefer the comic in the feed, but there should be a way to get both I’d think.
Comic in RSS, please! It’s much more convenient.
comic in the feed please!
Or directly in front of the brain, which is too small for wisdom
I always click through to read the comic on the website – I’d prefer a summary in the reader, just to be awkward!
Comic in the feed, please. One less click in NetNewsWire.
Love the comic. You see the expressions on their faces (mental input, of course–confidence when they are making an argument, and astonishment or confusion when it is destroyed by Barmaid).
the comic itself is great
Full comic, please! After all, that’s why we subscribe
+1 for full comics on RSS
I would also prefer the full comic
Having the comic in the actual RSS feed makes it easier to spot, but having just the text gets people to come to your actual site . . . . I like having the comic, but ya gotta do what ya gotta do.
Comic in the feed please. The fewer clicks the better.
Full comic please!
I think I’m not the only one who often skips stuff requiring clicks when browsing through 100s of RSS entries, and that’s a pity because your comics are fun!
Someone might mention to the “devine creator” on the subject of designing women (not the t.v. show) next time around, putting the playground right next to the septic exhaust system may not make for the best of all possible worlds.
Gee, I’d like to give you the time, but my timepiece, built by “The Watchmaker,” needs to take a dump.
The comic would be nice.
The four panels are a reasonable size for my RSS feed, the comics itself please!
The comic PLEASE!
Comics in the RSS please
Silliest. Question. Evar. The comic, of course! Why make us open a browser if we don’t have to?
‘Nother vote for the comic.
Full comic in the feed please.
In the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th panels, Mo is only able to get out an “S” in Morse code, was he trying to send an S.O.S., the words Save me, or perhaps just Shut the “F” up?
If you put the comment in the feed I have to remember to click through to the comments! So there’s no net difference for me.
I prefer the full comic in my reader.
re RSS question: As a person who reads feeds mainly on my phone through Google Reader, I would prefer comic directly in the feed. In two steps I can be zooming and panning if it’s in the feed itself as opposed to having to ‘view original’, ‘view HTML’ (since Google likes to tell me I really want resized images when I’m trying to ‘view original’, but not when in reader itself), switch to zooming mode, refresh the page (to finally get the full size image), THEN zoom and pan. But this is purely selfish and due to Reader’s quirks ;D
Full comic if possible, please. Check out xkcd – they do the blub as the image alt-text, so RSS subscribers get both (when holding the cursor over the image).
Keep up the good work!!!
I’m in favor of just keeping the summary in RSS. It’s not that big of a hassle to click through to get the comic, and that drives up hits and advertising impressions. Think of it as paying admission to see something you enjoy, instead of getting it for free. The difference is less than five seconds’ time.
I would love to see the comic show up in the feeds like xkcd, qc, dilbert, and many others. Although I now will click through, I used to not read any comics that were not shown directly in the feed. It may get you more readers, maybe.
comic in RSS please! clicking is haaard. and I don’t ever read it if it’s not in the RSS.
So… there’s no way to get both? How weird. Personally, I like the summaries in the feed better, but I can see that I’m outnumbered here.
Although having both in the feed would be perfect. Work on that, please.
The comic, please.
RSS: The comic The comic The comic!
I prefer the full comic too, way more practical.
Goddamit, let us RSS-ers have the comic!!!
I like to see the Comic even in the RSS: sometimes is faster.
Comic in feed is more convenient. The only reason to do it otherwise would be to help with ad revenue, and I don’t see any of those around here.
Full comic, of -course-. *grin*
full comic plz
Here’s what I want to know:
If god created man perfect why does he demand we chop the end of our cocks off thus rendering us imperfect
Did it create us imperfect and then require the said cock chopping to achieve perfection?
Comic in the feed please!
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I prefer the full comic. Thank you.
I prefer the comic but how will it affect your traffic?… Well you don’t have adds anyways thanks to merchandise so it’s all good…
Oh, yeah, the egg rupturing my ovarian follicle every month, causing it more and more damage over the years (instead of, say, having a little egg flap like a cat door?), and wasting five days of my month till I’m, like, 55, even though I don’t want children — that’s divine! I agree with the medieval misogynists on that level — the female body is full of defects that make it inferior to the male body. On the other hand, a dinglydangly thing between my legs that makes me stupid nearly all my life is something I’m glad I don’t have!
You win some, you lose some!
If someone doesn’t hurry up and help Mo, this comic will soon be just Jesus and …
why didn’t god just give us chloroplasts anyway? we’d just have to sit in the sun a lot and absorb some nutrients through our skin.
no pindas getting stuck.
no world hunger either.
and overpopulation would even solve global warming rather then cause it.
I prefer the full comic in RSS. Of course, you could always set up one RSS feed with the comic and another with just the summary if enough people want it that way.
full comic please!
The comic please!
Just a comment, when I have to click to open a website I see more. You’ll know how many people visit and if you ever get adds in…
Definitely the comic in my feed.
Looks like I’m in the minority, but I prefer the summary; that is, the way this particular post is done. I use WizzRSS in Firefox, and doing it this way I see the summary in a box in the feeds panel, and the comic in the main window. No point in seeing the comic twice, surely?
I’m part of the minority here as I would like to get only the summary but why not offer two feeds? One with the full comic and another with the summary, then both groups would be satisfied?
i like the summaries because they add a twist
and also i have to go here and read the comments
wich i would not do otherwise
>>Letâ€™s hope Mo doesnâ€™t go into allah-phylactic shock
Surely you mean “allah-philliatic”
Full comic, obviously
Full comic, please.
what is perfection anywayz
What the f*ck’s this RSS_full comic shit about anyway…..I just go to the website – am I retarded or summink?
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