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Have you tried Linux in the last 10 years? Sure, it won't work perfectly out of the box with everything, but unlike OSX, if something doesn't work, you can actually do something about that.
However, Wave wasn't dropped. It's still alive and well. It was finished and is now put to use in actual products, such as Google Docs and Moderator, which are both excellent.
RSS is possibly just a case of maintenance being a chore.
As for that comment about Apple things being delightful and effortless: I disagree.
CLI rsync is a million times easier to use than TimeMachine, for example.
Macs hate everything else on the network, even other Macs,
Something as simple as attaching two monitors in Linux is way fucking harder than it ever should be.
Google KeepTrust your thoughts and ideas to the makers of Google Reader. Good luck with that.
Erm, why do you need to sort by oldest? That seems a really small use-case.
Good to know. I need to start checking out these things because it's the last month. /charliebrownchristmasmusic
I've just been using The Old Reader. What does Feedbin have that TOR doesn't?
Here's a question, can anyone of these new reader suggestions also import all the shit I've starred?