I’ve been using Feedly for many years. It is my go-to feed reader and it’s a central feature in my information diet. Inspired by Richard MacManus’ article, I thought I’d share my Feedly wishlist.
Maybe Medium isn't a publishing platform. Perhaps it's really just a fancy RSS reader?
I started noticing a number of emails from people inviting me to use Feedspot. I was curious and took a look at the site. It turns out, this is what Feedspot offers: Receive daily updates from all your favorite websites in your email inbox Multiple Newsletters clutter your email inbox. Feedspot combines all in just… Continue reading Mystified by all the interested in Feedspot
This is probably going to sound pretty old fashioned but I miss the days when more blogs published full feeds and the exception to that norm was a truncated feed. Back then, in the old days of blogging, publishing full feeds just seemed to be more honest. When I subscribe to a feed these days…… Continue reading Full feed lament
I am on a mission to reduce the amount of email I receive each day. I’ve noticed that a significant majority of my daily email comprises updates from various social services (many of which I set not to send me emails). I don’t really see much value in most of that email so I sat…… Continue reading Tip: get your LinkedIn Network updates in your feedreader
Google Reader, visually, is awful but its value is not its interface but what it does. Google Reader is the feed synchronisation engine that powers many popular feed readers and enables users like me to follow a variety of terrific blogs. It isn’t the only way to keep up to date on what is happening…… Continue reading Google Reader is closing down and taking more of the open Web with it