I still really enjoy Feedbin as my RSS reader. One of the things that I like about the post-Google world of RSS aggregators is how community focused most of them are. It just feels like these are all kindred spirits that don't want to give up on RSS or the ideas that made it popular. RSS comes from the culture of the "blogroll" and I really miss that.
Here's Feedbin's Ben Ubisoft talking about their full-content extractor:
I never knew that the content extractor was free service run by someone else:
I do notice a real improvement in the content extractor performance.
Not much I can offer you here today. There's some good sources for live coverage though:
It sure is getting easy to distinguish quality news sites from pure click grubbing sites. Which, in turn, makes it easier to reduce the number of RSS subscriptions I read.
The Financial Times recently introduced their new HTML5 web-app as an alternative to releasing a native app for iOS. Now the Zuckernaut is purportedly building an HTML5 web app for Facebook. There’s been a bit of FUD floating around that this is somehow a stick in the eye to ...
In some ways, we are in the golden age of weblogs. As an example, Asymco has created a quality publication that rivals the best print news sources. The WSJ and NYT should be very concerned that this is their competition and it is ostensibly free to access.
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