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According to Mountain View, most of us simply consume news differently now than when Reader was launched.

« As a culture we have moved into a realm where the consumption of news is a near-constant process, » says Richard Gingras, Senior Director, News & Social Products at Google. « Users with smartphones and tablets are consuming news in bits and bites throughout the course of the day — replacing the old standard behaviors of news consumption over breakfast along with a leisurely read at the end of the day. »

Google Reader, and other RSS readers, subscribe to this « old » model. You sit, you pore through the day’s news link by link.
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Indeed, Gingras said that Google is looking at « pervasive means to surface news across [Google’s] products to address each user’s interest with the right information at the right time via the most appropriate means. »
[Why Google Reader Really Got the Axe sur Wired.com]

Uniformiser l’information par l’automatisation, ou comment Google est entrain de tuer le Web.

« Don’t be (the D)evil », just try to be God.

Posté le 7 juin 2013 par Jacques Danielle