Posts Tagged: RSS


Google’s Aggregator Gives Way to an Heir

Written by David Pogue and published by the New York Times. The one everybody keeps saying is the natural heir to Google Reader, though, is In fact, Feedly says the ranks of its four million users have swelled to seven million since Google’s Reader death sentence was announced. I’ve made the move to Feedly and… Read more »


RSS Is Dead. Long Live RSS.

Tomorrow Never Knows In 2008, a post-Twitter world, technology writers and developers were already pondering the future of RSS readers. As time passed and topics cooled, pragmatic views appeared. For context, Twitter emerged 6 years ago. The rise of RSS readers (or feed aggregators) is harder to pin down, but I can safely claim that significant adoption… Read more »