Goodbye Postachio

Alas, there can be only one result for educators who rely on companies in the education space. This doesn't make the companies bad for trying to make money, but it means you have to have an exit strategy.
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My exit strategy for the loss of is simple--delete my account, cut my losses and move on. Mourning isn't an option; it's happened so many times before, I'm a bit inured to it. I rejoiced in because it offered a functionality that Evernote once allowed by default--RSS feeds--then chose to discontinue for unknown reasons.

Thanks! It was fun! But $90 a year pricing model won't fly when I'm already paying for Evernote. Whew, I'm having Diigo flashbacks.

As of this moment, the following sites no longer exist, and As they say, it's better to shoot your own dog than let a stranger do it.
When the need arises - and it does - you must be able to shoot your own dog. --Robert A. Heinlein
BTW, you can view the notebook online at 

Alternative: I'm now using to share RSS feeds from new notes added to this Evernote Notebook...get the RSS Feed
Disclaimer: No dogs were actually in danger during the authoring of this blog post.

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