The personal vs the aggregate in computers (and hence, programming)

This resonates with me as well.

See also:
Battle for the planet of the APIs
“The official line from Twitter is that RSS is “infrequently used today.” That’s the same justification that Google has given for shutting down Google Reader. It reminds of the joke about the shopkeeper responding to a request for something with “Oh, we don’t stock that—there’s no call for it. It’s funny though, you’re the fifth person to ask today.””


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