inessential: Why Micro.blog is Not Another App.net 1st February 2018 In GeneralTags: micro.blog, Web by Khürt Williams 3 Comments It started in 1997 for me. Good times. Good times. Share this:TwitterLike this:Like Loading... Post navigation PrevNext Related Posts micro.blog help Open Web Indie Microblogging 3 Comments Pingback: Khürt Williams What makes me MAD is that for some of those guys out there the RSS had died since the death of Google Reader. Instead a great number of – better – services sprung and was made available. Both paid and free. I, for example, am using the free tier of Feedly … always smashing my head to the wall for not having been wise enough to take a lifetime pro account, and may times asking myself if I should support them with a paid account. RSS is still doing well, it’s us – users – which are becoming accustomed to the ease of a curated “news feed” and struggle with information overload / selection. Don’t you think so too? Loading... I embraced Google Reader early on. And when Google took it away, I felt betrayed. But, you are correct, the services that sprung up post mortem were even better. I’m using Feedbin. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.