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NetNewsWire is Back!

NetNewsWire

NetNewsWire, the app that in 2006, was the only RSS reader on my Mac is back. Back then, for me, NetNewsWire was always installed on every Mac I configured. I’ve used the betas and alphas for many months, and although I will continue to use Reeder for the future, I am excited and hopeful for the iOS version. NetNewsWire syncs articles from my favourite blogs, keeping track of what I've via synchronisation with my feed reader service, Feedbin. This version…

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NetNewsWire for the New Web

inessential: New World NetNewsWire by Brent Simmons This means that NetNewsWire does not have to be designed as if it’s anybody’s only source of news. And it doesn’t have to be designed to please the maximum number of people.   My thinking, instead, is to make it fit into an ecosystem: it’s just one of a number of sources, and not even the only RSS reader.   This allows me to design more carefully. NetNewsWire used to be quite over-featured,…

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Review: Reeder for iPad

I'm a tech news junkie.  I want to know what's going all the time.  One of the first apps I installed on my iPad was NetNewsWire.  That is my favourite RSS reader for my Mac and it made sense to use it on the iPad.  NetNewsWire syncs my feeds across multiple computers via Google Reader.  I can read my news via a browser while at work (my employer standardized on Windows and Internet Explorer) and then continue where I left…

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My first 31 days with the iPad

It's been exactly one month since I received my iPad Wi-Fi 3G on April 30th. In the last 31 days, the iPad has become my go-to device for almost everything. Each morning, after I prepare for my day, I walk over to my nightstand, where I lay the iPad before I turn out the lights to sleep. It's been charging overnight with the volume on low so that nighttime notifications (it's insane that some people send the email at 2…

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