But anyone weary of black-box algorithms controlling what you see online at least has a respite, one that’s been there all along but has often gone ignored. Tired of Twitter? Facebook fatigued? It’s time to head back to RSS.
I was actually thinking about this the other day. I still use Feedly but over the last few years, my RSS use has dropped. Perhaps it’s time to refocus on using Twitter and FB so much to go back to content I want to see.
The story of Windows’ decline is relatively straightforward and a classic case of disruption:
While the title is a bit misleading, the post does give a good summary on Microsoft over the last few years, ending up with the end of a separate Windows division in the last reorganization at the company.
Well worth a read.
I’ve started to post more link posts to the blog. This was something I did many years ago as I found items online were interesting and that I thought were worthy of sharing.
I’ve decided there still is some excellent things that need sharing particularly these days among all the linkbait and other bad news that seems to be found online. I’ve discovered that these sort of posts actually are called link posts. Usually, I’ll include a quick comment or note. I hope you find some of these of some value.