Last week, Feedly rolled out a controversial new “feature” — hijacking feed links. Here’s the full story of why people are angry, and how one blogger helped to right the situation.
One interesting alternative to Google Reader can be found within Google — one you know won’t be going anywhere: Gmail. With a few steps, you can turn part of your inbox into an RSS reader.
Last week we asked you whether you use two-step verification, and if so, on which accounts. While each of the options got a respectable number of votes, turns out that the vast majority of MakeUseOf readers use two-step verification for at least one account.
Since the news first broke, several new RSS readers have surfaced online and many of them have really taken advantage of Google Reader’s shutdown. Leaving behind Google Reader isn’t so hard when moving on to the next service is as simple as a few keys and clicks. CommaFeed and Reedah are two services that have come up since then that offer to do just that.