〝 It’s Time for an RSS Revival 〞

Excerpt: The modern web contains no shortage of horrors, from ubiquitous ad trackers to all-consuming platforms to YouTube comments, generally. Unfortunately, there’s no panacea for what ails this internet we’ve built. ……

☝ I read this full article by Brian Barrett, and my reaction was like —

❝ RSS will never die. Away from Facebook, Twitter, and WeChat Moments for days, I feel refreshed and content. The so-called user-generated content is what these social networking sites are after, but why do we have to spend time reading nonsense and algorithm-manipulated stuff? The place of personal websites / blogs / microblogs where much gray matter can be seen is not to be neglected. ❞

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