Congratulations @bolstrxyz on fully funding the Bolstr2.0 Kickstarter in 24 hours. Great update to my favorite bag – Can’t wait to get one 🙂Syndicated to:
Love @Basecamp’s approach here. What doesn’t work in using own products.
We learned the hard way that Basecamp doesn’t work for storing, reading, commenting on, and yes/no-ing 400+ resumes.
Found @jjg’s great Visual Vocabulary for Information Architecture and Interaction Design, for @sketchapp. Thx @FabulousFreak. /via @sketchsources #UX
I’ve now unfollowed everyone on Tumblr. It’s been turning into a dust bowl for me, people I followed haven’t been posting in years. Since the ads made the app annoying for me to use, I’ve never visit the site, it was time.
Anyone still posting (not just re-posting) was moved over to Feedly. All of my content has been imported to this blog months ago so, goodbye Tumblr.
Now. About Feedly. Why is it so obstructive to use?
I tried going through and weeding through my RSS feeds and basically had to give up.
There seems no way to see all your feeds in one place, and mange them accordingly. Everything has to be a “collection”. Those only show a few on the screen at any one time. So you have to keep expanding and collapsing boxes to make simple changes. It got to the point where I deleted everything (after an OPML export) and started fresh, but that hasn’t been much easier.
Every feed has to be in a collection. So I ended up creating one collection called “feeds”, which now sits under their label, “feeds”. After searching and adding each one I have to individually edit them to make sure I’m seeing the latest, not latest & most popular.
I never care about most popular.
But at least now I can start trimming duplicates from Twitter as I head back down the RSS consumption path. If anyone has a good feedreader recommendation, please let me know.Syndicated to: