...improvements in air quality in the United States between 1990 and 2010 reduced deaths from #AirPollution by nearly half.
Our European EMPIR BC project will lose its coordinator next year due to #brexit 😔
Yep. Currently Inoreader, but I'm interested in switching to the paid form of Newsblur. :)
Particulate matter warming the atmosphere: A story about black and brown carbon
I use newsblur and like that the most, but I've also successfully used tt-rss and Nextcloud news. Somehow newsblur seems the snappiest on mobile. I'm using the centralised server though.
@jorge I've had TT-RSS on my webserver since the day Google Reader shut down. It just works.
#Wix.com is one of the worst options one can use to build a website. Please, never consider using their service.
I use feeder for android and quiterss on debian. No need for external server and allow me to categorize feeds as I want them.
Also, as they both use OPML to back up, I can easily sync them
@jorge personally I use elfeed under emacs, but the one I recommend to others is Feedly.
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