- RT @bigmediumjosh: We take a rigorous approach to vetting pilot projects for our design system work. @danmall shares a tool we use: https:/… 13:55:27, 2017-04-04
- RT @bjchapm: Public Resource Loses Copyright Fight to Publish Georgia Code https://t.co/9RFhgKx6ve HT @doug_edmunds 13:55:47, 2017-04-04
- RT @seamuskraft: This is great news. Now Georgia: how about making sure #Copyright restrictions are NOWHERE in your public laws? https://t.… 14:01:54, 2017-04-04
- My Twitter Digest for 04/03/2017 https://t.co/H94tokKOv6 15:31:28, 2017-04-04
- RT @davewiner: 1/7 BTW, people who think the web is "over" don't understand imho how technology flows. The web is basically repurposed Unix… 22:58:22, 2017-04-04
When Google Reader was discontinued four years ago, many “technology experts” called it the end of RSS feeds.
And it’s true that for some people, social media and other aggregation tools are filling a need that feed readers for RSS, Atom, and other syndication formats once served. But old technologies never really die just because new technologies come along, particularly if the new technology does not perfectly replicate all of the use cases of the old one. The target audience for a technology might change a bit, and the tools people use to consume the technology might change, too.