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Bridget Carey helps us trace the origins of RSS feeds in light of news that Google will shut down its Reader service. Are news addicts actually in love with Google Reader, or just loathing the idea of exporting their subscriptions to another service like Feedly or Flipboard?
Bridget Carey helps us trace the origins of RSS feeders in light of news that Google will shut down their Reader service on July 11th. Are news addicts actually in love with Google Reader or are they just loathing the process of exporting their subscriptions to a different service like Feedly or Flipboard? We'll discuss the different ways you can stay on top of the news on today's show.