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The Feed
"Do you have an appetite for information?

The Feed is a Google Reader client for your iPad that lets you decide how to consume all the juicy content of your feeds.

The Feed’s flexible and uncluttered interface gives you a better overview of everything on the menu while a versatile filtering system and two different zoom levels make content more appetizing and digestible.

And don’t worry about finishing everything on your plate: The Feed uses proportionately sized stacks to illustrate your read and unread items, rather than badges that cause unnecessary stress. Bon Appétit!"
googlereader  rss  feedreader  aggregator  ipad  applications  thefeed  feeds 
november 2010 by robertogreco
What I Read: Jay Rosen | The Atlantic Wire
"How do other people deal with the torrent of information that pours down on us all? Do they have some secret? Perhaps. We are asking various friends and colleagues who seem well-informed to describe their media diets. This is from an interview with Jay Rosen, press critic, writer, and professor of journalism at New York University."

[Just part of his answer:] "Throughout the day I will be watching Twitter for what my 600 sources are telling me, which means I'm clicking all over the Web because I tend to follow people who give good link. I don't use RSS and I don't use alerts. I do everything from the Web; Twitter is my RSS reader."
jayrosen  twitter  aggregation  filtering  information  journalism  media  news  reading  feedreader  atlantic  internet  flow  infooverload  howwework 
august 2010 by robertogreco
iPhone’s Missing Feed Reader – Shawn Blanc
"Half the apps on my iPhone’s Home screen alone involve reading as a predominant, if not exclusive, feature. Mail, Messages, Safari, Tweetie, Instapaper Pro, Simplenote, and Reeder: these are my most-used apps, and each one is used for reading in some way or another. And yet the app which serves no other purpose than to read, seems to be the most frustrating to use for said purpose. ... It is my safe assumption that readers of this website also prefer apps which do less, but do it well. And so read on for a high-level look at some of the more popular iPhone feed readers, what I find good and not-so-good about them, and my suggestions for amelioration."
reedie  netnewswire  googlereader  googleapps  feedreader  aggregation  iphone  applications  rss  reading  reader  news  comparison  ios 
june 2010 by robertogreco
Fever° Red hot. Well read. [much like the Snark Market concept "Compress into diamonds": http://snarkmarket.com/blog/snarkives/technosnark/compress_into_diamonds/index.html]
"Only $30 Your current feed reader is full of unread items. You’re hesitant to subscribe to any more feeds because you can't keep up with your existing subs. Maybe you've even abandoned feeds altogether.
rss  applications  mac  osx  iphone  aggregator  webapp  feeds  aggregation  feedreader  software  ios 
june 2009 by robertogreco

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