#RSSLives

Sometimes I think Google did us all a favor by killing off Google Reader. It made people think about RSS for the first time in years. 

My own sites' RSS feeds for your favorite reader: http://www.fallingoffthehemisphere.com/feed/
http://www.fuzzywanderer.com/feed/
http://www.uruguayexpat.info/feed/  

#CollectTheWholeSet

Got RSS? Here are some reader choices: 
(Yes, RSS and Atom. Everybody just says RSS nowadays.)
RSS readers (partial list):
Feedly feedly.com

The Old Reader:
 http://theoldreader.com

Firefox' built-in Live Bookmarks:
(turns your feed into auto-updating bookmarks in folders)
Nothing to install, just click the feed link in Firefox.
Info: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/livebookmarks.html

Chrome Live Links Extension
(works like Firefox built-in Live Bookmarks): https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/rss-live-links/hcamnijgggppihioleoenjmlnakejdph 

MyYahoo!
http://my.yahoo.com/evt?type=contentstore

Pulse
(it works as an add-your-feed RSS reader, not just as its own news aggregator service):
https://www.pulse.me/

WordPress Reader
(it works as an add-your-feed RSS reader, not just as its own WordPress.com blog reader service): 
http://wordpress.com/#!/read/following/

Feedly and Pulse both work great for this in their Android App versions, too.  Want just a really "light", text-only, RSS reader for Android? Try the Open Intents News Reader app.
Info: http://www.openintents.org/en/newsreader
In the Google Play Store or direct at http://www.openintents.org/en/download.

BTW, Open Intents' low-resource, simple, free Android apps are wonderful! No junk, no flashiness, just true "apps" for getting stuff done. I love and use their OI Notepad, OI Shopping List (addon for Notepad), OI Flashlight, OI Countdown, and this OI Reader.

Also look for their shared-libraries code like the color-changer, barcode library, insert-date library, about library... and enjoy the lulz of the clueless reviews on the Play Store like "I installed this About thing and I can't launch it  - No good, ripoff!) Point-missing that they're just shared-code non-bloat add-on functionality to the OI programs that actually do something. 
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