@mathowie @andybaio I've made an immediate error in phrasing my question: RSS is tech. What I really want is to read interesting stuff, and of course a lot of people have embraced newsletters for that. Should we be conflating those old and new forms?
Pro-conflation: I like that Feedbin has email injestion as a feature (and it's interesting to me that Tiny Letter doesn't do RSS feeds, albeit putting archives on the web.)
@sayrer Grateful for the search of Mozilla's IRC archive rn: http://quotes.burntelectrons.org/search?query=Adam+is+not+arse
@benward It has been such a load off to move follows & mailing lists back to RSS.
Super good for The Quietus, where they tweet each article many times but only publish to RSS once. Otherwise I've been focusing on journals & magazines: Believer, Nautilus. Bummed that the daily California Sun feed is out of date.
Here’s a newsletter Kottke put out earlier this year with reader blog recommendations.
@benward I'm gonna write up all my feeds (just exported the OPML and converted to HTML) this week, for you!
@mathowie You're wonderful. I think it'll be interesting to reflect on this flurry of information realignment in a few weeks too, review the new and wonderful things we find as a result.
Everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct! Thank you. Mastodon.cloud is maintained by Sujitech, LLC.