Making the case for a feed reader + read-it-later solution as an online reading alternative to social media and services like Google and Apple News.
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I take a look at the Mastodon Twitter Crossposter, a tool for syndicating posts.
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〜Recommending RSS as the best alternative to Facebook newsfeeds, Twitter, and Google News〜
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〜The things you learn by accident〜
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