Rarely (if ever) have I posted about anything tech related. As one who reads multiple blogs on a daily basis, I was surprised to hear that Google was closing the shutters on Google Reader on July 1st of this year. Doesn't everyone use Google Reader? I've used it to organize my RSS feeds for years. All of my favorite blogs are in one place and when there is new content to read, Google Reader lets me know.
If you are a Google Reader user, I found an article in USA Today that gives a short summary of a few other RSS readers. I'm thinking of going with Pulse although I do like the look of Feedly. It's the last sentence of the Feedly summary makes me wary, "Although the service relies on Google Reader's API, developers say they are creating their own version that will take its place when Reader shuts down July 1". Truth be told, I don't know what the hell an API is, but I know that I don't want any glitches. I just want to choose a reader and be done with it.
This makes me wonder of blogs are becoming a thing of the past. Blogging has been a really nice way to share with all of you and my gosh, I would've never have met Katina without my blog! Well, Google Reader may be saying goodbye to y'all, but I don't plan on going anywhere anytime soon.
And Hitler, I know just how you feel...