Some aggregates do not pick up every single post. Now, I don't know whether it is an issue of censorship or perhaps a technology glitch of some sort. Or possibly a combination of the two?
So, I've searched my archives and found most the articles that have been missed and listed them there for the benefit of the one or two people who actually read some of the stuff that I write, copy or link to.
Okay, here's the list - I have added an asterisk next to the posts that I really like.
Pride: Why the Salt Complains of Rotten Meat*
2 Peter 1:3-9 Forgetting Agape*
Jehovah Shalom: The Lord is Peace, Part II*
Jehovah Shalom: The Lord is Peace, Part I*
Comfort and Christ (Phil 2:1-11) *
So, I'm married to Christ*
The Whole Internet, copyright 1992*
Susan Hunt audio: Generation to Generation*
Glory begun, Grace perfected*
Volleyball: Killing Sin and Playing Well*
Single-Minded, Godly Resources*
Hilarious Quote of the Week*
Searching For the City or the Landlord?*
Okay, so the asterisk thing wasn't much help, as I really like almost all of these posts. I guess that means you've got a bunch of reading to do ;)
The other thing that I've tried to do is identify a pattern that might help to determine what causes some items to be missed. Two things come to mind: from the technology standpoint there might a problem with making corrections or updates after the article has been published. So, I'll try to do a better job on the editing prior to publishing.
The other issue may stem from a some sort of censorship. It would seem to me that if one is censored that the person doing the censoring would offer some sort of explanation or that the censorship might at least be consistent. Perhaps it is the result of unintended censorship, ie, the moderator was on vacation and just never got around to it? However, this doesn't seem consistent, because I know I get the steady stream of editorial content, delivered hot off the presses, unincumbered from those same aggregates.
Or maybe it's a glitch with blogspot. Who knows? (Oh, yeah. The Sovereign God of the universe! I forgot again).