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Here's a PDF of some tips for using Feedly, lightly adapted [http://blog.feedly.com/feedly-tutorial/ from the official Feedly blog]:
 
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'''Top Feedly Competitors'''
 
'''Top Feedly Competitors'''

Revision as of 20:24, 25 April 2018

Originally presented at CAT on Feb. 27, 2014> by Bart Everson

Watch the video for a quick introduction to feeds and aggregators.

Then head over to Feedly.com, create an account and add some of your favorite news sources.

Tips Here's a PDF of some tips for using Feedly, lightly adapted from the official Feedly blog:

Media:Feedly Tutorial.pdf

Top Feedly Competitors If you don't like Feedly, try one of these:

  1. InoReader • inoreader.com
  2. NewsBlur • newsblur.com
  3. The Old Reader • theoldreader.com
  4. Feedspot • feedspot.com
  5. Flipboard • flipboard.com
  6. Reeder • reederapp.com
  7. RSSOwl • rssowl.org
  8. Digg Reader • digg.com
  9. Tiny Tiny RSS • tt-rss.org
  10. Pulse • pulse.me

(ranked by AlternativeTo.net)
Feeding Frenzy CAT sponsored a similar workshop ten years ago, in 2004. Check out those materials if you're curious.
Credits This presentation was inspired by a recommendation from Sue Frantz. Here's an article from Sue on Feedly: Keeping Up with New Information: The Magic of RSS.

Most of the images used in the presentation are licensed under Creative Commons. Many thanks to the generous photographers and graphic designers who have allowed me to use their work.

All other images by Bart Everson.
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