hey I'm curious, do you use some form of RSS feed reader?
thanks a lot for all your replies! Didn't expect RSS use to be so widespread :D
@nff Yep, at first I just used one to keep up with webcomics but over time I started adding blogs and podcasts to it, now if I can figure out a good system for pulling the videos out I’ll be subscribing to youtube channels as well.
@nff everyday, liferea :)
There are lots of good blogs but I don't really believe the "subscribe to specific brands who you know" model is The Way, there needs to be a reddit that's designed for people who respect themselves and where brands can be maintained and shared by thousands.
Okay, I guess some people don't use it like that, but my sense is that the more people try to be people rather than brands the less useful it is for finding good, important or interesting content
@nff I use Newsboat pretty much every day.
On occasion I'll use gnus if I'm in the emacs-only mood.
@nff Yes, I use Feedbin, and netnewswire on mobile.
@nff Yes. I use newsboat, which has been a blessing.
@nff Extensively. I use Reeder app on several different devices to access a pair of accounts that I host on a Fresh RSS instance.
@nff Yes! Can’t recommend Leaf enough: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/leaf-rss-news-reader/id576338668?mt=12
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