Thoughts on my favorite RSS reader apps, from the Apple-based NetNewsWire to the broad-platform Feedly.
News came recently that standup comedian and podcast host Joe Rogan has made an exclusive deal with Spotify, worth $100 million. The […]
It’s time for another of my periodic updates on what’s going on with this blog. While Diverse Tech Geek is doing fine, […]
A look at the advantages of RSS feeds as an open web standard, as well as avoiding the downsides of social networks’ algorithms.
Facebook’s made news recently for yet more messing with its news feed. The social media giant’s been testing in several countries separating […]
How to promote one’s blog via social media is a heavily written topic online. Thus, I thought I’d also join in. I’ve […]
As everyone interested in RSS knows by now, Google Reader will completely shut down on July 1. In the wake of the […]
Earlier today, Google announced that it’s shutting down Google Reader, its RSS newsfeed service that, while lacking “Web 2.0” “social” flash, was […]
As you may have heard, Google stated some time ago (but wasn’t publicized heavily until recently) that they’ll be deprecating the FeedBurner […]
I’ve decided to add a new feature to the blog: RSS feeds available by category (as seen to the right). I decided […]