techweekly wrap up

RSS Moving Day + weekly wrap up

by Stephanie


We’re ending the day with a little public service announcement. We wanted to remind you that the Google Reader service is ending on July 1 – but you don’t have to lose all your feeds! It’s just time to move. I have about 200 feeds in my reader and I moved everything this morning in just a couple of seconds. (Just to be safe – because I can be a little paranoid – I moved everything to both feedly and to bloglovin). Lifehacker and Wired just wrote about migrating your RSS feeds. Design*Sponge is available via all of the RSS readers. Have a great weekend!  –Amy

Here are a couple of RSS options:

Feedly:  It has great interface, easy integration with Google Chrome and Firefox, as well as good apps for iOS and Android. You can import your Google RSS reader with one click.
Pulse:  They have a very slick and visual interface with both an iOS app and Android app.
Bloglovin:  Beautiful interface and an easy import. (Has a faster load time that Google Reader did – yay!)

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

 

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