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Stephen Shankland / CNET:
Google undeletes RSS extension for Chrome browser   —  It's not dead after all.  Google has resurrected an extension that lets Chrome handle RSS and Atom feeds, even though it's not resurrecting the related Google Reader service.  The 868,163 people who've installed Google's RSS-handling extension …
Mar 19, 2013, 12:40 PMIn context
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Google Says Removing ‘Reader’ Link In Gmail Was A Mistake, Aims To Bring It Back Today   —  Hmm ... Maybe RSS isn't dead after all?  After the replacement of the Google Reader link in Gmail with a link to Google Photos caused a user revolt on Friday, Google has vowed to bring the beloved RSS product …
Jan 24, 2011, 12:55 PMIn context
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Sure, RSS Is Dead — Just Like the Web Is Dead   —  A brush fire has been swirling through the blogosphere of late over whether RSS is dead, dying, or possibly severely injured and in need of assistance.  It seems to have started with a post from UK-based web designer Kroc Camen that got picked up by Hacker News and re-tweeted a lot.
Jan 4, 2011, 9:55 PMIn context
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Saying “RSS Is Dead” Is Dead, Saying “RSS Is Not Dead” Is Not — Today.   —  Of all the tech echo-chamber arguments, one of my favorites has to be the “RSS is dead” one.  Sure, perhaps I'm a bit partial because Steve Gillmor set the discussion in motion in May of 2009 for TechCrunchIT.
Sep 13, 2010, 10:45 PMIn context
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
No, RSS Is Not Dead, and Neither Are RSS Readers   —  Updated: This past weekend saw the birth (or rebirth) of a “meme” about how RSS readers are dead, killed by Twitter and Facebook.  At first I nodded my head in agreement, because I've gradually stopped using my RSS reader as much since …
Sep 13, 2010, 10:15 PMIn context
Louis Gray:
For All the Gloom Around RSS, Readers Continue to Climb   —  Skimming many of the leading technology outlets, you would think RSS had given up its ghost, making way for new services, like Twitter.  Just this week, ReadWriteWeb claimed the RSS reader market was in “disarray” and continued a “decline”.
Dec 22, 2009, 8:30 PMIn context
Fred / A VC:
RSS Is Alive And Well   —  Somehow the comments on my “10 Characteristics of Great Companies” post yesterday drifted into the topic of the future of RSS.  I was debating whether to wade into this silly debate about whether “RSS is dead” or not and was leaning toward ignoring it.
Sep 4, 2009, 9:20 AMIn context
Dan Primack / PE Hub Blog:
RSS Is Dead, So Is The RSS Fund   —  Three months ago, Steve Gillmor wrote that “it's time to get completely off RSS and switch to Twitter.”  Sam Diaz piled on last week, calling RSS a Web 1.0 application whose time has passed.  And things got even worse today, when news leaked …
Sep 3, 2009, 1:25 AMIn context
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Oh, RSS Is Definitely Dead Now: Feedburner CEO Dick Costolo To Become Twitter COO   —  Former Google exec and the cofounder/CEO of RSS service Feedburner Dick Costolo is Twitter's new chief operating officer, we've heard from multiple sources.  Costolo, who sold Feedburner to Google for $100 million in 2007, left Google in July.
Sep 2, 2009, 2:30 PMIn context
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Tweetree Puts Actual Shared Content In Your Twitter Stream   —  One large component of the “RSS Is Dead” idea is that services like Twitter offer a faster and more curated way to share content.  But the problem is that to do this on Twitter, it involves sharing a link to the content and not the content itself.
Jun 3, 2009, 7:05 PMIn context

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