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Subscribe to a blog’s posts in reverse chronological order

Sometimes you come across a blog that is just incredible. After reading

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Browsing the news by images, sorted by date

Headlines are a great way to surf the news. All the RSS readers allow you to browse articles by headlines and the first couple sentences. But sometimes I just want to browse articles by images. There are no RSS readers that give you an alternate view of seeing just the images. Specifically, it would be […]

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My dream app: an RSS reader with editable PDFs

What is your dream app? I’d like an app that combines the functionality of an RSS reader with a PDF editor. This extremely powerful RSS reader would present every article as a PDF that you can annotate and highlight. Your notes on each PDF would be easily exported to share via social media and on […]

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Use feedly to find events by companies you use

Do you use a ton of services at work? As an online marketer I use Apple, Bitly, Google Chrome, Hootsuite, Mailchimp, Twitter, Return Path, Ginger Labs (maker of Notability), and WooThemes. At home I use

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Will websites be replaced by apps?

Websites can be so bloated in comparison to laser focus of apps.

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Find opinions you value on trending topics

When there is a trending topic, do you want to gather together all your friend’s thoughts? We’ve got facebook, twitter, and blogs. But man, everything is scattered all over the place. Wouldn’t it be nice to see everyone’s thoughts in one place? With feedly

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Four reasons why Google is killing Google Reader

Why would Google kill Google Reader? There are a few false excuses floating around. Some people are saying Google is focusing on their core efforts. Others are claiming that RSS is a dying technology. Both of those reasons would be extremely false. The “core efforts excuse” is not a reason. Google states their purpose on […]

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7 reasons why Google Reader was the best service

Google is killing off the popular and much-used service Google Reader. I am very disappointed. Google Reader is the staple of my internet. It’s my #1 site both on desktop and on mobile. By far my #1 most visited site. BY FAR.