Tag Archives: newsreader

The WordPress Reader

Have you looked at the WordPress app yet? You don’t need to be a WordPress blogger to find it useful. The Reader component is delightful. It’s designed for WordPress blogs but it can also follow other blog platforms. Here’s a quick tour of the reader basics. A later post will look at adding and organizing […]

The WordPress Reader

The WordPress app [free – Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android] impresses me more every day. I really enjoy using the editor to post articles. It did take┬átime to find out where the features I use are located. Now that I’m comfortable with the layout, I find the screen much less distracting when I’m writing. I […]

Video Delivered – How to Subscribe to YouTube in Feedly

Did you know that you can subscribe to your favorite channels in YouTube and have those videos delivered to you in your Feedly newsreader? You can . . . and it’s easy!

Research Delivered: An Introduction to the Newsreader

RSS Ressurection?

It looks like the demise of RSS – and the blogs it supports – has gotten a reprieve. What brought this about? We can thank Apple’s upcoming News app/service and Facebook Instant Articles for this new interest in syndicated feeds. Even Feedly is testing a publisher toolkit which could give us more contol on how […]

More Yahoo speculation

Looks like I wasn’t the only one paying attention to Yahoo’s shopping spree . . . Suppose that when you stumble upon an interesting blog post, you could click a “Follow on Yahoo” button, much the way you’d tweet a link or “Like” the post on Facebook. Clicking this “Follow on Yahoo” button would then […]

Feedly No Longer Dependent on Google Reader

Time’s getting close, so this is good news. Feedly for iPad, iPhone Updated – No Longer Dependent on Google Reader via The Digital Reader.