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How It Works? By letting you subscribe to 'topics' instead of 'sources'
All the supporters that have the browser extension installed observe public posts
We pass the text observed to our partner: dandelion.eu, without any other metadata. Textual content of public posts.
Dandelion analyzes the text and tries to discover which wikipedia pages are related to it. For example, if someone mentions "can we chat on hangout?" Dandelion would recognize "Google" -- because Hangouts is a Google product.
These keywords are called "topics", and you choose which ones you want to subscribe to
The RSS post is composed based on the metadata we successfully extract from Facebook posts. This might have some problems, that's why you might see this page.
RSS is a format which delivers a disintermediated, chronologically-ordered feed for web content. It is often used by news sites and blogs because it enables readers to subscribe to receive updates about new content through RSS reader webapps or software.
For more information on the history and use of RSS versus social media, check out this article.
There are various RSS readers for various platforms, but here are some of the options to get you started:
Feedly: Webapp, iOS, Android. Proprietary. Requires registration, but not a valid email.
Winds: Pre-compiled binaries for Windows, OSX and GNU/Linux. Open source. Requires registration, but not a valid email.
ViennaRSS: Pre-compiled binaries, compatible with Mojave. Open source.