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Reading with Google Discover

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Reading with Google Discover
By Paolo Amoroso • Issue #68 • View online
My content consumption hub has always been an RSS reader, first Google Reader and then Feedly.
RSS and feed readers are part of a content infrastructure. You first have to know what RSS is (do you?) and manually select and organize your news sources. I prefer this approach because it lets me fine-tune the creators and sources I want to read, without distractions from viral or mainstream stuff I’m not interested in.
You may prefer an algorithmic approach where an app automatically selects sources you may like and builds a feed for you. This is what Google Discover does, as the article below explains.

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