“Blogger Jose Moreno likes FeedDemon for its ease of use and personalization features. He also noted how RSS use changed his reading — and writing — habits.
‘Significantly, ever since I started using an RSS reader, I post a lot more on my blog, but each post is a lot shorter,’ Moreno wrote. ‘Plus, now posts tend to be more directive torwards sources and less opinative. Conclusion: When you use an RSS reader, your information gathering tends to be less intensive and more extensive (and so are your posts). That should mean something about the way we connect to the world. Meaning: An RSS reader is not just a tool; it is a tool that changes the world, in a way.’
Perhaps RSS readers help us gather and swallow up more information, but it gives us less depth both for reading and writing.”