Yet that’s the most common complaint I hear about inbox-style RSS readers such as Google Reader, NetNewsWire, and Reeder: that people gave up on them because they were constantly filled with more unread items than they could handle.
If you’ve had that problem, you weren’t using inbox-style RSS readers properly. Abandoning the entire idea of the RSS-inbox model because of inbox overload is like boycotting an all-you-can-eat buffet forever because you once ate too much there.
Un extrait du billet de Marco Arment : “The power of the RSS reader”.
L’analogie d’Arment me rappelle la citation de Clay Johnson que j’ai partagé l’année dernière.