My takeaways have been:
- Store your feed somewhere else. I store mine in WordPress and also sign up to some of Chris Aldrich’s feeds.
- Use a reader that allows users to subscribe to an external OPML (I use Inoreader)
- Create custom feeds based on tags and categories (or Post Kinds)
Another post that might be worth diving into is Chris Aldrich’s Feed Reader Revolution.
As digital culture becomes faster, higher bandwidth, and more image-based, it also becomes more costly and destructive – both literally and figuratively. It requires more input and energy, and affirms the supremacy of the image – the visual representation of data – as the representation of the world.
After a single decade little more remains in our pockets and purses than the snacks, the breath mints and the lip-balm.
Adam Greenfield ‘Radical Technologies’
In regards to G+, do Google even offer the appropriate APIs to connect? For example, SNAP doesn’t provide direct link. IndieWeb is awesome, but isn’t it still dependent on third party silos. That is why it no longer works with Facebook, right?