The battle for fair use is unfair to anyone who plays by the old rules and tries to share with the artists because human creatives can’t compete with the automated services that aren’t sharing with the artists.
I moved all my RSS to Feedly when Google nerfed their reader last year, a sacrafice to the Google+ initiative. Feedly is, in many ways, superiour to the old reader if you are only using it for solo-reading, It doesn't have a social media component.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.