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By rick
Published: Jan 03 2011 / 03:36

The reason for this is that statistically, only 3%–7% of users use the RSS button on the toolbar. If not enough people use it already, then how many less people are going to use it if it’s not there by default? How many regular users customise their toolbar to add a button they barely use?
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cfelde replied ago:

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Twitter is the "new" RSS..

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antych replied ago:

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Who cares if there's a button in a browser? Just follow a link and add it to your google reader.

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