Here is a way to see DP posts organized by day (superseded!)Submitted by Joη on Sat, 11/13/2010 - 03:01
In order to minimize duplicate posts, this auto-updating live list shows the last 1000 posts on the Daily Paul in chronological order:
I encourage you to check here before posting something, particularly if its subject is timely, so we may all share (instead of repeat and fracture) the same conversation.
Should you wish to help promote using this by, for example, linking to it in your signature, you would want to copy and paste the following:
<a href='http://goo.gl/3O1jM'><b>Last 1000 Posts</b></a>
or for those who love alphabet soup:
A shortened URL is used, as the full URL to the list will sometimes be truncated and broken when auto-linked by the Daily Paul.
update 1: Thanks Michael for the site fixture! I'll be watchful to maintain it.
update 2: I did everything on my end to keep it working, but when Google just takes my stuff down, well, I can't do too much about that. Sorry everyone! We may try using the site (instead of Google) to perform this function in the near future.
update 3: From a Google tech: "We're looking into this for you, thanks for your patience." We'll see what they say.
update 4: Google disappoints me. I have made an equivalent, hopefully more stable list that stores the last 1000 posts.
update 5: In what I hope is not considered site-treason, I have added a similar aggregator that watches Ron Paul Forums. You may find questions answered there as well. Notably, their off topic threads are not visible to the public.
update 6: Seeing posts chronologically can now be done in-site with the chrono. This was suggested by many members, and is most reasonable to do. The only thing more reasonable would have been to have an all-inclusive forum header-sortable by post date, but Recent Posts, the only all-inclusive forum page, is not capable of being sorted by any other metric than last update, so something needed to be changed or added. My spreadsheet will remain available for now, should anyone still use it.