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[lp-br-sp] RSS está morrendo?

From: Raniere Silva
Subject: [lp-br-sp] RSS está morrendo?
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:14:34 -0300
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.21 (2010-09-15)

o Google resolveu descontinuar o Reader (ver final do email).

A computação e a web está ficando cada vez pior: UEFI, DRM para HTML5, abandono
do RSS/ATOM, ...


Title: Google Reader to Be Discontinued
Author: Michael Kozlowski
Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2013 22:53:59 -0300

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Google[3] announced today that it is going to discontinue Google 
Reader. This is an RSS feed reader that was one of the most beloved out
there, chiefly due to its simplicity of use. Google Reader always made 
it very easy to access RSS Feeds in any account on a tablet, PC, MAC, 
at work, and at home via reader software. The entire project is due to 
expire July 1st, 2013.

Google Reader initially was developed after the company acquired 
“Blogger.” The same programming team developed an online reader that 
anyone could use. When it debuted in 2006, the internet grew to accept 
this as the default RSS Reader of choice. Google is seeing increased 
competition from Pulse, Flipboard, and a myriad of other services that 
have diminished its market share.

Google is scaling back on its various web projects and announced 11 
others that will be canned within the next few months. This might be 
good news, because Google Reader hasn’t received any updates in many 
months and feature/bug requests were all basically ignored. It’s better
to go out now instead of wallowing in obscurity. The only positive note
is that rival service Feedly, which announced it intends to clone 
Google Reader and offer it for free.

Google Reader to Be Discontinued[4] is a post from: E-Reader News[5]

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