Tag Archives: Google Reader

Another Reason Google Reader Died: Increased Concern About Privacy and Compliance

Google has warned that it will shut down its Google Reader news aggregator July 1. Many people (myself very much included) are mourning a beloved…
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What The Industry Thinks About Google Reader’s Demise

Google recently dropped the bombshell that it is closing down Google Reader, much to the chagrin of its loyal user base. I’ve done…
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Google Reader Dying, But RSS Lives on For Ecommerce

Google Reader has one foot in the grave, and some believe this signals the death of RSS. But does this mean the end…
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RIP Google Reader: Don’t Scream Who Moved My Cheese, Pivot Your Reading

This past week, Google announced that it would close Google Reader on July 1st.    Nonprofit technology colleague Nancy Schwartz shared that link and it…
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What Does the Demise of Google Reader Mean For Bloggers?

A few days ago the news came out that Google will be pulling the plug on its beloved Google Reader service on July…
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The knock-on effects of Google Reader being closed

RSS feeds power many products, and we fear for the future of one Google product which uses RSS feeds, and that's Feedburner. This…
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RIP Google Reader: There are Other Options for You

Mr. D is all upset they’re sunsetting iGoogle and now I join his sadness after learning last night they’re going to do away with Reader…
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Google+ Architect Asks What People Liked about Google Reader (for Future Reference)

As you probably know, Google is shutting down Google Reader on July 1st. And today, the senior engineer on the Google+ team is asking Google+…
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The Demise of Google Reader

Where do you get your news these days? Before social media exploded, most people found online reading material by dutifully checking their favorite…
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Google Reader Going Away July 1

iting declining usage and a focus on fewer products, Google today gave notice to its loyal (but apparently too few in number) users…
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