Hello Everyone, Back in March, I sent out a tip of the week on “Replacing Google Reader”. The New York Times came out with a very good review of Feedly’s RSS news feeder. Though it’s based currently on Google Reader, they will be switching to its own RSS feed source by July 1st. The only […]
eBook Glue is a free web service that turns RSS or Atom feeds into downloadable eBooks. This Makeuseof article further describes eBook Glue.
Today’s Tip of the Week concerns yesterday’s news that Google will be shutting down its popular Google Reader service in July. Google Reader is a RSS aggregator/news feeder that allows you to subscribe to various news information sites RSS feeds. For example, instead of having to go to the New York Times or The State, […]
From Ars Technica: Google has announced that Google Reader, its RSS aggregation system, will be turned off on July 1st. Citing years of declining usage, Reader is one of several victims of the advertising giant’s periodic “spring cleaning.” The Reader RSS platform had a popular Web front-end, and was also used to provide behind-the-scenes support […]